Stéphane Pellerin

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SECRÉTAIRE DE DAME « AUX DRAPERIES » Attribué à Jean-Henri RIESENER (1734-1806)  Reçu Maître Ébéniste en 1768  Paris, époque Louis XVI

SECRÉTAIRE DE DAME « AUX DRAPERIES » Attribué à Jean-Henri RIESENER (1734-1806) Reçu Maître Ébéniste en 1768 Paris, époque Louis XVI

The decorations on this highly architectural piece of furniture include bas-reliefs, scupture in the round, and painted panels. It has often been compared to the work of the architect and ornamentalist Hugues Sambin (circa 1520-1601).

The decorations on this highly architectural piece of furniture include bas-reliefs, scupture in the round, and painted panels. It has often been compared to the work of the architect and ornamentalist Hugues Sambin French (circa

Antique French Renaissance "Barrel" Chair, Only rarely do we discover such artistry on such a diminutive scale! This impressive armchair was artfully sculpted from solid French white oak, and features a barrel style wraparound back supported by a tripod base, but that's where the simplicity ends. Ca. 1840's

Antique French Renaissance "Barrel" Chair, this impressive armchair was artfully sculpted from solid French white oak, and features a barrel style wraparound back supported by a tripod base, but that's where the simplicity ends.

Meuble a tiroirs galbé circa 1950/70 en bois doré de style renaissance italienne

Meuble a tiroirs galbé circa 1950/70 en bois doré de style renaissance italienne

Meuble a tiroirs galbé circa 1950/70 en bois doré de style renaissance italienne

Meuble a tiroirs galbé circa 1950/70 en bois doré de style renaissance italienne

An important American Renaissance carved inlaid and ebonized mirrored dresser by Herter Brothers.

An important American Renaissance carved inlaid and ebonized mirrored dresser commissioned for the first floor master bedroom of the Milton Slocum Latham residence, Thurlow Lodge, Menlo Park, California executed by Herter Brothers, New York circa 1872