Pair of consoles in blue gray color painted carved wood.
Console rests on an oval frieze supported by a dolphin in the style of William Kent.
The Barocchetto style (1720-1770) specifically refers to furniture made in Italy in the period between the Rococo era and the first phase of neoclassicism.
Flat desk all sides in polychrome carved wood.
Louis XV period, XVIII century
Carved walnut table opening onto a drawer, one-piece walnut top, original wrought iron lock and handle, beautiful patina.
Late 17th century,
Two panels illustrate the fable on “The Rooster and the Fox” the fifteenth of the book.
The other part illustrates “The Wolf and the Lamb” the tenth fable of Book I by Jean de La Fontaine.
Sinuous console on three sides, the top is red lacquered, the belt is in an eventful shape with heightening and cut out with gold festoons, 4 arched feet
“Shell” two armchairs newly upholstered in olive-coloured golden brown velvet.
Four-leaf screen in two parts, painted on canvas fixed on a frame, trompe l’oeil decoration and landscape in pink and blue grisaille.
Magnificent screen in painted canvas, mounted with six leaves, with a total length of 384 cm deployed.
Very large polychrome pine wedding chest decorated with sacred hearts in shades of red blue and ocher.