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Gooch French Arm Chair 
As I mentioned previously, this is by far the "coolest" chair I've ever put up for sale. In French, it is called a "Fauteuil de cabinet." It was specifically designed to be used as a desk or with a desk. It has a high wrap around back for extra comfort. It shape is unique in that the sitter is forced to sit with legs apart, straddling the projecting front leg, and thus, making sitting at a desk exceedingly convenient and practical. The small compartment on the arm pads serve as hidden places for whatever you wish to hide. This innovation allowed the owner to store spectacles, a snuff box or even money. The chair is made with over 500 individually place brass pins! Please click on the picture to enjoy an even closer view. SOLD, BUT THIS CAN BE CUSTOM ORDERED AGAIN.



David Iriarte Loves Empire Style
Though the top is made of synthetic wood, the table reflects the French Empire period, circa 1810, closely. Below is a mirror and the wood surrounding it is French Sapelly wood and Bubinga. Please click on picture to enlarge photo inside.


Mark Gooch Marbleized Gueridon
Beginning with the marble top. This ormolu mounted table was devised by Adam Weisweiler. Though it is known to have been produced in 1780, (Louis XVIth Period), the roots of the piece come from his early years, which were in Neuwied-am-Rhein in Germany. The top of the piece is made of circular fossil marble and can be ordered with a pieced brass top around the marble which costs more. There are two frieze drawers and two sliders that can be used as well. It rolls on casters too. Please click on picture to enlarge photo inside. NEW


Keith Bougourd Serpentine Demi Lune
This serpentine painted demi-lune is a first in a new series by Keith. It is hand painted and about 1.5 inches at its deepest point. It also contains both French and English influences of the period, giving this piece a great versatility of use. The red Boulle clock is both authentically copied and is set to Eastern Standard Time. The coloration and gilding is a perfect blend giving it a unique beauty. Please click on picture to enjoy an enlarged photo. BLACK, GREEN AND RED IN STOCK.






Gooch Empire Table


Napoleonic Period Amboyna Finished Occasional Table with Gilded Accents of Antique Brass.This is an incredibly carved French Empire piece with three gold claw feet. It has 23 Gilt mounts, and a cast gold plate gallery. The table top has a boxwood banding. You really have to  click on picture to enjoy an enlarged version. 


Gooch Vitrine
This is a unique display table called a vitrine. Vitrines such as this are found in mainly estate homes in Europe, especially in France and Great Britain. The actual piece is far more beautiful and my pictures actually do it a disservice. The inside of the vitrine has a suede bottom and the top lifts off so that you can display the items you wish, It is made out of amboyna and the top and side are glass. The ormolu and cabriole legs make it a spectacular piece. Please click on picture to enjoy enlarge photo.




Gilbert Mena Turnings 
These handmade wood turnings are varied, beautiful and useful accoutrements to almost any miniature project. The turnings by Gilbert are just fabulous. Please click on picture to enjoy enlarge photo. 



Bougourd and Randall Looking Good

This French polished demi lune by Keith Bougourd adds a simple but nice flavor to any area or scene. Just about 1.25 inches in depth, they fit in areas that most other similar pieces could not. Atop the demi lune, there is Stephen Randall's sterling silver Wine Cooler, circa 1810 or during George IVth period.. The bottle is included.  Please click on picture to enjoy enlarged photo. 




For Cooler

Jim Pounder Gemelizes

These rather a unique pair of brass statues. They are beautifully done in bronze, but each statue a little round gem stone, a black pearl, and an aventurine.  They'd both be a wonderful addition to any collection. Please click on the image for an enlarged version. 



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