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Catalogue de la vente Belle Vente Cataloguée à Enchères Côte d'Opale - Fin de la vente le 18 Février 2017 | Auction.fr | Page 7

Catalogue de la vente Belle Vente Cataloguée à Enchères Côte d'Opale - Fin de la vente le 18 Février 2017 | Auction.fr | Page 7

A Viking Cradle

A Viking Cradle

Unique et majestueux fauteuil de représentation pour la Salle du Trône de l'Empereur Napoléon - Auction

Unique et majestueux fauteuil de représentation pour la Salle du Trône de l'Empereur Napoléon - Auction

An Empire Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Chair  French, Circa 1900.

An Empire Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Chair French, Circa 1900.

A German Empire gilt brass mounted, green-painted mahogany and carved giltwood rocking cradle probably Leipzig, circa 1825 the boat-shaped cradle lined with later buttoned green silk upholstery

A German Empire gilt brass mounted, green-painted mahogany and carved giltwood rocking cradle probably Leipzig, circa 1825 the boat-shaped cradle lined with later buttoned green silk upholstery

antique perfume bottle  c. Unknown

antique perfume bottle c. Unknown

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) - Two-Tier Occasional Table. Mahogany, with Marquetry and Gilt Bronze. Circa 1900.

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) - Two-Tier Occasional Table. Mahogany, with Marquetry and Gilt Bronze. Circa 1900.

Guardian Angel Chair. A spectacular gilded and finely carved French Empire style chair with scooped back, the walnut veneers around a pair of minutely detailed wings.

Guardian Angel Chair. A spectacular gilded and finely carved French Empire style chair with scooped back, the walnut veneers around a pair of minutely detailed wings.

Wall Table with cupboard - Period 1731-1733 Turin, The Royal Palace. Pietro Piffetti (1701-1777).

Wall Table with cupboard - Period 1731-1733 Turin, The Royal Palace. Pietro Piffetti (1701-1777).

Cabinet en vernis européen de la fin du XVIIe siècle, probablement Paris, vers 1680 (LOUIS XIV)

Cabinet en vernis européen de la fin du XVIIe siècle, probablement Paris, vers 1680 (LOUIS XIV)

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