Rococo Revival Mahogany Sofa, probably Austrian, late 19th c

Rococo Revival Mahogany Sofa, probably Austrian, late century, of double-chairback form, one

Louis XV giltwood canape en corbeille,

Try to duplicate this?: Louis XV giltwood canape en corbeille, attributed to Etienne Meunier, circa

Elvira Throne Chair by Oh My Goth! at Gilt - Love the shape, with a little patina and different upholster this would be a fantastic chair for the boudoir.

Now that's a Vanity Chair! The Absolom Roche chair, exclusive to Fabulous & Baroque, is the first in a collection of fine furniture which sets the bar beyond imagination.

ictorian Carved Mahogany Three-Seat Tete a Tete   Each conjoined padded back continuing to a circular tufted seat, raised on short scrolling feet.

~Victorian Carved Mahogany Three-Seat Tete a Tete. Each conjoined padded back continuing to a circular tufted seat, raised on short scrolling feet.from the estate of a Washington, DC philanthropist~

An American Rococo Carved And Laminated Rosewood Bergere, Attributed To John Henry Belter, New York, Base Relief Crest Carved With Roses And Mask, Waisted Back With Reticulated Acanthus Carved Stiles Continuing To Barrel-Form Arms, Serpentine Seat Rail, Cabriole Legs   c. Mid 19th Century

An American Rococo Carved And Laminated Rosewood Bergere, Attributed To John Henry Belter, Mid C

Victorian Period 1840-1900 created by Henry Belter. It has a flat back with a design around the outside of it.

"John Henry Belter - Victorian Chair" - John Henry Belter is one of few whose name has become a synonym for all similar furniture designs.

*J MEEKS (STANTON HALL" PATTERN ARM CHAIR ~ rosewood, in the rococo Revival style, having an arched floral carved crest over an upholstered cartouche shaped back flanked by reticulated C.S. carved stiles, joined by shaped open arms, with carved serpentine seat rail, raised on cabriole legs and casters, c. 1850-1860.

*J MEEKS (STANTON HALL" PATTERN ARM CHAIR ~ rosewood, in the rococo Revival style, having an arched floral carved crest over an upholstered cartouche shaped back flanked by reticulated C. carved stiles, joined by shaped open arms, with carved serpentine

Side Chair  Joseph Meeks and Sons  (1829–1835)  Date: 1859 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood

{Villa} Side Chair Joseph Meeks and Sons Date: 1859 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood

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