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Bow to the clas­sics.. Choice of the high quali­ty anti­qu­es which suits fine to the modern inte­riors. All fini­shed with hand-applied french polish, beewax or oil..

Sofa, Wilhelm Kimbel

Mainz, Germany, 19th C.

A German, late Empire sofa, attri­bu­ted to Wilhelm Kimbel (1786-1869), dated cir­ca 1830.
Sofa was made by well known cabi­net­ma­ker Wilhelm Kimbel (1786-1869) in a fur­ni­tu­re fac­to­ry in Mainz, Southern Germany.
Kimbel often deco­ra­ted fur­ni­tu­re with solid wood sculp­tu­ral forms. Here, the inte­re­sting deco­ra­ti­ve ele­ments, are carved eagles, the wings of which trans­form into the deco­ra­tion of the arm­re­sts.
This type of fur­ni­tu­re appe­ars as ADLER CANAPÉ in Graphic note­bo­oks for which dra­wings were made by Wilhelm Kimbel.
The sofa is in maho­ga­ny, fini­shed with bee-wax and uphol­ste­red with natu­ral linen. It is ful­ly resto­red with keeping its natu­ral pati­na and charm. The fabric is given also from the back­si­de to make it fre­estan­ding.

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Little Louis XVI cabinet

Denmark, 1790

Louis XVI lit­tle cabi­net made of maho­ga­ny with a tam­bo­ur door and a dra­wer
under­ne­ath. Door and dra­wer deco­ra­tion with thin gro­oves gives an ele­gant look.

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Little George II desk

England, 1750

Elegant lit­tle 'Lady Desk', George II, in wal­nut with ori­gi­nal brass fit­tings. Top with
leather. England cir­ca 1750. Beautiful pati­na.

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Ebonised Empire bookcase

Denmark, 1810

Ebonised empi­re book­ca­se. Upper part with she­lves, lower part with doors deco­ra­ted with deli­ca­te light vene­er inlay.

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Louis XVI bureau

Denmark 1780

Elegant Louis XVI bure­au in cuban maho­ga­ny. Behind the wri­ting flap small dra­wers and a
tam­bo­ur door. Loose top cabi­net with ori­gi­nal tam­bo­ur door in the form of book-imitations
with leather back. The bure­au is made with high-quality cra­ft­sman­ship, with a light
French polish and wax.

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George II chest of drawers

England, 1700-1750

George II chest of dra­wers, wal­nut vene­er with inlays. The pie­ce of fur­ni­tu­re has been gen­tly resto­red to pre­se­rve the beau­ti­ful, natu­ral pati­na. Original brass fit­tings.

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Pair of Chippendale Wingchairs

England, 1770-1780

Pair of English chip­pen­da­le wing­cha­irs (not exac­tly the same, one is 6 cm. higher than the other) in maho­ga­ny with good ori­gi­nal pati­na. Reupholstered with fabric
from Mulberry. Sold as a pair.


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Danish empire bench

Denmark, 1810

Danish empi­re bench made of solid maho­ga­ny. Very light and ele­gant look. Reupholstered with
Stockholm wool from Danish Art Weaving.

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Art Deco Armchairs

Denmark, 1920

Pair of Art Deco arm­cha­irs, made of birch wood with ele­gant ebo­ni­sed deta­ils. Reupholstered with black velvet. Sold as a pair.

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Campaign Military Chest of Drawers

England 1850-1860

Rare English officer’s fur­ni­tu­re. Campaign chest of dra­wers with wri­ting flap on top. Made of maho­ga­ny with two over three dra­wer con­fi­gu­ra­tion. Brass har­dwa­re.

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Regency Armchair

England, 1820

Elegant regen­cy arm­cha­ir made of maho­ga­ny with cane sides. Legs with brass sho­es. Loose cushions reu­phol­ste­red with grey velvet.

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George III Military Chest

England, 1780

George III maho­ga­ny Military Chest from the end of the 18th cen­tu­ry. In two pie­ces with han­dles on the sides. Top dra­wer can be tur­ned into wri­ting board with access to many small dra­wers and divi­ders.

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