Dating antique brass

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Classic provincial lines include an arch at the center of the bonnet adorned with a basket of flowers carved in full relief.

Below, the cabinet doors are carved with floral and foliates, with original steel keyguards, locks and hinges to complete the...

This artifact features classical architecture and... Sculpted from fine French Walnut, this impressive 19th Century French Henri II Bookcase, or bibliotheque features a boldly carved scallop shell comprising a graceful arch to form the crown, flanked by scrolled corbels.

Tapered and turned columns create a framework for the doors below which are glazed with stained & leaded glass rounds. Astounding 19th Century French Solid Oak Hand Carved Renaissance Bookcase features sculptured in white oak on the lower door panels rendered in extraordinary relief depicting the grape and wheat harvests, serving as dual symbols of the Last Supper.

Hand-crafted from solid oak, it features extremely subtle gothic motifs on the crown, with tailored molding above and below...

This highly unusual 19th Century Country French Neoclassical Hand-Carved Vitrine features a traditional confiturier below with a matching vitrine on top, which itself features a chapeau de gendarme crown with pierce-carved bonnet, displaying the skills of the artisan who created it.

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Adjustable shelves in the upper portion give plenty...Rounded doors open via a cast brass pull to reveal surprising storage...Antique English Chippendale Secretary ~ Bookcase is the best of both worlds!This 19th Century French Store Display Case was crafted from fine mahogany, and features glass on all four sides as well as glass shelves so that a store owner could display almost any relatively small merchandise inside in style!Circa 1890s Measures 74.5H x 23.5W x 23.5Dc features timeless Baroque styling and unmatched functionality with spacious cabinets, drawers and display space all surrounded by artistically sculpted select French walnut in the Baroque manner of which King Louis XIV was so fond.

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