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An Important Early 18th Century Venetian Arte Porvera Bureau/Secretary/Bookcase,   Profusely Decorated with Elaborate Decoupages Vignettes on Every Surface on a Cream Ground.The Decoupage Retains Good Colour and Engraved Detail. The Antique Mirror Plates Engraved with Dancing Figures, Fantastic.

An Important Early Century Venetian Arte Porvera Bureau/Secretary/Bookcase, Profusely Decorated with Elaborate Decoupages Vignettes on Every Surface on a Cream Ground.The Decoupage Retains Good Colour and Engraved Detail. The Antique Mirror Plates

A Queen Anne dark green and gilt-chInoiserie japanned secretaire cabinet circa 1710 the double domed cornice with three replaced silvered finials above a pair of doors revealing an arrangement of ten drawers, the lower part with a secretaire drawer enclosing four drawers and pigeonholes, above three graduated long drawers on bun feet, decorated throughout with figures, pavilions and hunting scenes amongst trees and wildlife,

Queen Anne dark green and gilt-chInoiserie japanned secretaire cabinet circa 1710

Important scriban vénitien du milieu du XVIIIe siècle. Estimation : 200 000 € / 300 000 €.

Important scriban vénitien du milieu du XVIIIe siècle

Secretaire attributed to Thomas Chippendale, c. 1773, with Chinese lacquer panels and English japanning

Columnar legs on Chippendale in Chinoiserie Style! Secretaire attributed to Thomas Chippendale, c. with Chinese lacquer panels and English japanning.

Charles II Period Lacquered Cabinet on Chest (England) circa 1680

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Queen Anne (1665 - 1714) tea cabinet in Chinese style from 1710. The single most important decoration of Queen Anne furniture was the carved cockle or scallop shell. The furniture leg had an out-curved knee and an in curved ankle (Museum Furniture)

Queen Anne - tea cabinet in Chinese style from The single most important decoration of Queen Anne furniture was the carved cockle or scallop shell. The furniture leg had an out-curved knee and an in curved ankle (Museum Furniture)

A pair of George I gilt-gesso bureau-cabinets, circa 1720, attributed to James Moore the gilt surface decorated overall with strap-work and foliage patterns, the pointed arched moulded cornice with a carved shell motif, above sides and two doors with bevelled mirror plates, the interior side of the doors in walnut opening to reveal fitted interior with pigeonholes below central arched door surrounded by small drawers all yew veneered below opening for shelves, the upper section out-facing…

A pair of George I gilt-gesso bureau-cabinets, circa attributed to James Moore

A chinoiserie secretary.  Have wanted one of these for a long, long time.  I prefer the black to the red.

A chinoiserie secretary. Have wanted one of these for a long, long time. I prefer the black to the red.

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