Gifts?: Saint Petersburg, 1873 Attributed to Nichols and Plinke; Ippolit Antonovich Monigetti Ebonized wood, gilt bronze, lapis lazuli Tsar Alexander II and his wife, Tsaritsa Maria Alexandrovna, presented this ebonized cabinet to Grand Duke Konstantin and Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna, the tsar’s brother and sister-in-law, on the occasion of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.At the top, a blue medallion contains the recipients’ interlaced initials, A and K, the old crown of…
Cabinet on Stand Attributed Andre Charles Boulle Ca1700.
This pin marble topped commode is one of my favorite pieces of furniture at Versailles and it wasn't even designed for Marie Antoinette. Made in 1765 for Louis XV's daughter, Mme Victoire, it features violettes and roses made of inlaid wood. http://leahmariebrownhistoricals.blogspot.com
Napolean III Vitrine, circa 1855
A detail of the Regency period drawing room Southill Park, with bold in the Grecian taste sofas upholstered in red striped "tabby" now re-woven in Naples, and torchieres on plinths made by Marsh and Tatham. Photographer: Julian Nieman
Drop-front secretaire, 1783, by Jean-Henri Riesener, Louis XVI's Ebéniste Extraordinaire
A LOUIS XIV ORMOLU MOUNTED FRUITWOOD FLORAL MARQUETRY COMMODE, PARISIAN WORKSHOP, SECOND HALF OF THE 17TH CENTURY, CIRCLE OF RENAUD GAUDRON (CIRCA 1653-1727)
Royal Jewel Cabinet (France), 1824–26 Casework of molded hard-paste porcelain with enamel–painted and fired.... Bequest of the Reverend Alfred Duane Pell. 1991-31-2
A Fine Piedmontese 18th century walnut and fruitwood marquetry demi-lune chest.
1813 British Coffer on stand at the Royal Collection, UK - This coffer (one of a pair) was bought by George IV while he was Prince Regent to be placed in Carlton House, his London residence.