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Super Regence  period gilt wood console . France,ca 1720

Super Regence period gilt wood console . France,ca 1720

Krieger (Maison) A Fine Empire Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Gueridon With a Lapis Lazuli Top  French, Circa 1900.

Krieger (Maison) A Fine Empire Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Gueridon With a Lapis Lazuli Top French, Circa 1900.

Console Rocaille d'époque Louis XV, Galerie Pellat de Villedon, Proantic

Console Rocaille d'époque Louis XV, Galerie Pellat de Villedon, Proantic

Detail of Rococo giltwood pier table, c. 1752, in the Cabinet at Felbrigg. ©National Trust Images/David Kirkham

Detail of Rococo giltwood pier table, c. 1752, in the Cabinet at Felbrigg. ©National Trust Images/David Kirkham

PIERRE IV MIGEON (1696-1758, maître avant 1729) BUREAU DE DAME, Paris, vers 1735. Estampillé: MIGEON. Dimensions :85 x 63 x 42,6 cm

PIERRE IV MIGEON (1696-1758, maître avant 1729) BUREAU DE DAME, Paris, vers 1735. Estampillé: MIGEON. Dimensions :85 x 63 x 42,6 cm

Pair of Armchairs, about 1750–55. Jean Avisse (French, 1723–after 1796). Gessoed and gilded beech; modern silk upholstery. Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum,

Pair of Armchairs, about 1750–55. Jean Avisse (French, 1723–after 1796). Gessoed and gilded beech; modern silk upholstery. Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum,

Tric trac table in rosewood veneer, Louis XV, France, inlaid leaves in frames and reserves amaranth. Its double-sided removable tray inlaid on one side of a board and the other a sheet. The interior decorated with a backgammon game ebony veneer and ivory colored and two lockers. Arched feet.

Tric trac table in rosewood veneer, Louis XV, France, inlaid leaves in frames and reserves amaranth. Its double-sided removable tray inlaid on one side of a board and the other a sheet. The interior decorated with a backgammon game ebony veneer and ivory colored and two lockers. Arched feet.

Secretaire

Writing desk

Secretaire

Beautiful writing desk made for the Dauphine Marie-Thérèse-Raphaëlle, the wife of Louis XV's son. Discover more about 18th Century France at http://leahmariebrownhistoricals.blogspot.com

Beautiful writing desk made for the Dauphine Marie-Thérèse-Raphaëlle, the wife of Louis XV's son. Discover more about 18th Century France at http://leahmariebrownhistoricals.blogspot.com

Cote France - Louis XV Commode

Cote France - Louis XV Commode

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