John Meyer's French Antiques 2016 Exhibition Sale
Jul 6, 2016Public
Photo: Code 3783. Pair of large 17th century Wrought iron grills from a choir cloiture in a church. You can almost not pass your hand through them! Provenance Deceased estate of S.H.  Dijon France, 300cm high x 120cm wide. 17th Century! SOLD
Photo: Absolutely stunning hand work from approximately 1680, the rein of Louis XIV.
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Photo: Code 3942. Long oak dough bin with Louis XV shaped legs and Provincial rail. circa 1870. SOLD
Photo: Code 3940. Exceptional, Cotton reel legged, Oak secretaire with full bookcase on top and individual fittout to the drawer interiors. Height for knees is 603cm, 763cm high x 1980cm wide x 745cm deep. circa 1860. Price $3995
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Photo: Code 3974. Period Walnut, Louis XV buffet and hutch. This was purchased, restored to its original glory, 30 years ago for 40,000 francs. (I am not kidding!) SOLD
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Photo: SOLD Code 3542. Rotating square bookcase 113cm high. circa 1912.
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Photo: Code 3764. Large Oak, Louis XV style Dresser/ buffet with orrnate moulding to the hutch, 248cm high x 150cm wide x 63cm deep. circa 1850.SOLD
Photo: Code 3475. Rouge royal, marble topped, Louis XV style, marquetry commode with bronze ormolu to the feet & edges, 96cm high x 131cm wide x 48cm deep. Late 19th Century. SOLD
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Photo: Code 3472. Large rustic fruitwood, chest of drawers. One large on top, two small below. Iron straps to corners, 105cm high x 155cm wide x 67cm deep. 19th century.  SOLD
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Photo: Code 3674. Regence style marquetry commode with cream, pink & purple marble on top, 90cm high x 125cm wide x 54cm deep. 20th Century. The Regency period existed when the Regent ruled France inbetween King Louis XIV and Louis XV. So you have a mix of the two periods
Photo: Code 3658. Period Louis Philippe, marble top, commode. circa 1830. SOLD
Photo: Code 3821. Period Napoleon III, Walnut Louis Philippe style, 5 drawer, chest of drawers missing 2 ivory keyhole escutcheons. circa 1870. SOLD
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