Lady-shaped Chippendale-style walnut writing desk.
This splendid office dating from the end of the 19th century. It is a shaped walnut piece of furniture, Lady Chippendale style model. In addition to being functional, it is also a fine example of elegance, thanks to the refined choice of wood and decorations of which it is made.
He can be considered the most famous English cabinetmaker of this period.
Second half of the 19th century
Blue polychrome fratino table
A fratino is a long table made up of a one-piece top connected by one or more crosspieces. These tables were found in the refectories of convents.
Polychromed Florentine dining table in blue with a yellow border.
Foot imitating baluster feet connected by a crosspiece.
Unique swan neck empire table.
The empire curule base consists of two curved uprights with swan neck heads and lion claw feet.
The softening of the empire line appears in the end of this era. It uses typical sets of volutes, crooks and swan necks
The oval-shaped top in satin wood
A fratino is a long and narrow table connected by two crosspieces, these tables were found in the refectories of convents.
This table has a special feature, the legs tilt inwards to fold it, making it a travel table.
Black leather travel chest decorated with brass studs.
A flap reveals a painted landscape, later (18th century) Keyhole with angel motif.
Monastery table and its bench in walnut
Desk composed of a roll and a tray covered with a black leather hand rest.
This exceptional object has hiding places that only the most experienced can find.
“Shell” living room composed of a sofa and two armchairs newly upholstered in rust-colored bronze velvet.
Italian console in carved gilded wood.
Louis XIV period