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American cherry cabinet with sliding doors circa 1830. Perfectly matched cherry boards with no heartwood. Two part construction. The upper section has a tapered crest, fixed shelves, divided light doors with molded grilles, and original blown glass panes. The lower section has 2 flat paneled doors, cubbyhole interior, and a tapered foot base. Measures 58.5 W at crest, 53.5 W at case, 12.25 D at crest, 9.75 D at case, base is 23 H, top is 62.5 H, shelves are 7 D and shelf clearance is 11.5. This cabinet may have been a mercantile display piece. We like it as a bookcase.
Abstract Latin American oil painting by Chilean artist Ernesto Barreda. Signed, dated 1966, and named 'Muro' by the artist. Moody shades of gray and white with a little clay pink. Highly textured oil on canvas, measuring 63" x 45.5". Barreda was born in Paris in 1927 to a Peruvian father and a Chilean mother. In 1932, the family moved to Chile where the artist later attended the School of Architecture and Fine Arts at the Catholic University of Chile. He spent 1946-1947 in France, where he attended the National School of Fine Arts and took classes in drawing and architecture at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. He has been a member of the Academy of Fine Arts Institute, Chile, since 1981. This painting was purchased directly from the artist in 1966.
Chippendale style white and blue double door bookcase cabinet circa 1930 to 1950. Professionally painted in soft white with pale blue trim, it is in pristine condition. Grille screen panel doors. Measures 94 inches high, 53.5 inches wide, 18 inches deep at the base and 13 inches deep at the top.
Stunning vintage pair of hand made Italian tole and iron 8 light leaf-and-vine chandeliers in a gilt finish, circa 1930-50. They are of superlative quality. Each measures 40 inches high by 36 inches across and hangs on a 37-inch long hand wrought iron chain. The multiple leaf ceiling cap is 8 inches across. Both chandeliers have been professionally rewired and are in excellent working condition. I would be willing to sell a a single for $1950. Contact me if you would like to do that.
Rare museum quality Kangxi period Tibetan scholar's lift top scroll chest. Late 17th to early 18th century. Exquisitely hand painted front panel depicts a magnificent writhing dragon amid blue and green clouds on a red orange ground; the side panels are in tiger pelt motif. All original including the hand wrought iron hardware. It measures 41 inches high by 58 inches wide by 19.5 inches deep. This is one of the most stunning examples of Chinese painted furniture we have ever seen. For a related example, please see Chinese Furniture by Michel Beurdeley, published by Kodansha International, 1979, plate 152.