Napoleon III rosewood marquetry box with bronze detailing monogrammed FD, c. 1860. Engraved with the name of the nineteenth century ebenist, Theodore Annee, along with the address of his atelier, 22 Rue Chapon Paris. Originally owned by the noble family Franchet d'Esperey, the patriarch of which worked with the renowned French general Lyautey during World War I. Includes original working lock and key.
12" L X 8.75" W X 4.5" H
Pair of hand carved Louis XVI period armchairs with original patina and mohair upholstery, c. 1790. Found in a Normandy parsonage. 35.5" H X 23" W X 20" D ...
Exceptional Napoleon III glove box with ornate inlay of bronze and silver and bronze ormolu feet, c. 1848-1860. Interior of intricately tufted blue silk. Includes key. 12" L X...
Cherrywood and birdseye maple faux bamboo armoire, c. 1900. Lower drawer, beveled mirror in door and five adjustable interior shelves. Two keys. 93" H X 45" W X 18"...
Unframed oil on canvas depicting an Amsterdam city scene. Early twentieth century. Unsigned. 31.5" H X 23.5" W