the meticulously crafted chest with book-match veneered rosewood rectangular top with concave front; above three similarly veneered drawers fitted with shell-form enameled pulls, centering well-figured walnut burl wood panels; raised on inlaid turned supports; with metal identification label "Robert W. Irwin, Grand Rapids"; excellent condition with refreshed finish; some rubbing to enameled pulls
each constructed of mixed woods with rectangular tops centering an inlaid floral medallion within inlaid spandrels; above a conforming body fitted with two hinged doors centering inlaid floral reserves; above a scalloped apron raised on cabriole legs; one cabinet of later date with slightly darker inlay; good restored condition with overall patina and areas of replaced veneer; refinished surface
each of solid construction with arbalète-form top over a conforming body fitted with 3 drawers with solid brass handles all raised on bracket feet; the top, drawer fronts and side panels all with a banded walnut edge surrounding burl wood reserves; excellent restored condition with minor veneer replacements and refinished surface; beautiful warm patina
the rectangular top with shaped ends over a conforming case incorporating two long drawers and a pair of paneled doors; raised on rear bracket and front bun feet; the whole retaining original pale-sage painted decoration on an ochre painted ground; originally purchased from Therien & Co., San Francisco; solid condition; overall wear and patina to surface
super good quality with elegant shape and small size, the serpentine parquetry top above a bombé body fitted with 2 oak-lined drawers all raised on splayed legs ending in hoof feet; maker's label 'Auffray & Co. NYC" Auffray's & Co. originated in France in the early 1800's. It established a NYC workroom and showroom on 3rd Avenue in 1941. It later spent 40 years on 56th Street and now resides 200 Lexington Avenue in the Design Building. Auffray produced superb quality French reproduction furniture for high-end department stores such as Gimbels and B.
of mixed woods with marquetry and parquetry inlay; the rectangular top with large central reserve within a cross-banded border; the body fitted with 3 long drawers with herring-bone veneer adorned with spandrels and imbricated decoration with similarly veneered side panels; the whole standing on tapering legs; rich color and overall good antique condition with areas of replaced veneer and shrinkage consistent with age and use
having a long apron drawer above a two door cabinet, flanked by two single door cabinets; decorated overall with inlaid marquetry depicting classical motifs of swags, wreaths and urns; excellent antique condition; small areas of replaced veneer