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60559
circa 1800

Of fine quality, the tall and impressive cabinet in the neoclassical taste with canted corners all capped by a pierced gallery above a case fitted with two hinged doors of book-matched mahogany veneer centering inlaid shell medallions below drapery festoons within well-carved framed reserves; the lower section fitted with three long drawers with inlaid stringing and half-round shell motifs; all flanked by fluted pilasters; the side panels with similar inlay; the whole raised on splayed bracket feet; good antique condition with professional restorations; refinished surface; portions of the g

Height: 
89.25"
Width: 
60
Depth: 
23
$15,400
Available
60558
1820

 

A good north Germany (possibly Hamburg) Biedermeier Cylinder Bureau overall of beautifully figured mahogany veneers; as the writing surface is pulled outward the cylinder top opens to reveal various burlwood drawers and a central arched compartment all over a writing surface with inset hand-tooled black leather; the cabinet fitted with three small drawers above the cylinder plus three long drawers below; the whole raised on bracket feet; good antique condition with professional repairs; some areas re-glued; overall even wear with warm patina

Height: 
46.5"
Width: 
44.5"
Depth: 
22.5"
$8,750
Available
60557
1820

A handsome late Empire or early Biedermeier tall chest on chest in 2 sections with four drawers and double serpentine doors beneath a pedestal top; with beautiful book-matched flame or crotch mahogany veneer in a continuous pattern from the top to the bottom of the cabinet; with original brass key escutcheons; good antique condition; professionally refinished; overall even wear to surface

 

 

Height: 
60"
Width: 
42"
Depth: 
20.75"
$8,600
Available
60563
1840

this rare architectural or pyramid Biedermeier furniture was created by the highest level craftsmen, having a rectangular top above a pediment frieze over three drawers flanked by Doric columns over block supports; refinished surface; good antique condition with overall even wear and patina

Height: 
33"
Width: 
42"
Depth: 
22.75
$8,650
Hold
60564
1820

the handsome chest constructed during the Golden Age of Danish furniture (1800-1850) and composed of well-figured mahogany veneer fitted with three drawers inlaid with neoclassical decoration all over a scalloped apron and raised on tapering quadrangular supports; good antique condition with minor veneer repairs and overall even wear and patina

Height: 
35"
Width: 
31.75"
Depth: 
18.5"
$6,850
Available
5445
1930s

the inset leather top within a a stepped molded frame above an apron fitted with 5 drawers with oak secondary wood; the side panels centering carved floral clusters; the finished paneled back allows the desk to be floated; all raised on reeded bulbous supports ending in wooden casters; good restored condition with refinished surface; leather with nice rich patina

Height: 
31" kneehole: 25"
Width: 
53" kneehole: 21.5"
Depth: 
36"
$8,950
Available
5347
1950s

a good quality cabinet in the neoclassical style with inset square top of ribbon mahogany above a single drawer apron raised on turned supports all joined by a lower shelf over a single drawer; raised on brass casters; good vintage condition with minor overall wear and good patina; professionally refinished 

Height: 
24.75"
Width: 
18"
Depth: 
18"
$3,650
Available
5157
circa 1900

of pegged construction the serpentine top with hand-tooled maroon leather insert above a shaped apron fitted with 3 drawers adorned with rocaille brass escutcheons; all raised on graceful cabriole supports; professionally refinished; replaced leather top

Height: 
30" kneehole: h: 25" w: 22"
Width: 
53.5"
Depth: 
26"
$8,800
Available
5422
stamped 1964

the 3-sided top above a paneled conforming body centering double-doors fitted with a solid brass latch; John Van Koert was a prominent New York designer who helped promote the fascination with Danish modern furnishings in the 1950's. In 1954, he was exhibition director of ''Design in Scandinavia,'' at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, introducing modern Scandinavian design to Americans. Mr. Van Koert's furniture designs for Drexel, were represented by prominent department stores such as Macy's and Bloomingdale's; good vintage condition with minor wear and patina; patina to brass

Height: 
29"
Width: 
42"
Depth: 
11"
$7,450
Available
5403
early 20th Century

in two sections and structurally sound with warm patina; overall distressed antique finish

 

Height: 
79"
Width: 
41"
Depth: 
20"
$4,750
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