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Étagère (whatnot shelves), ca. 1855. Rosewood, carved in Rococo Revival style. Alexander Roux, New York. Met Museum.

Slipper Chair John H. Belter (1804–1863) Date: ca. 1855 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood, ash

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Gothic bed!

Antique French Walnut Armoire Converted to Wine Cabinet. Repurpose. Wine Cellar.

This monumental pair of side tables displays many similarities to an unfinished drawing by the designer and carver Matthias Lock (ca. 1710–1765) in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Although Lock is best known for his designs in an English version of the French Rococo style, this drawing is in the bold manner associated with the English Palladian movement

~ Rococo Side Chair ~ (Thomas Affleck) The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Walnut Gothic Revival armchair, attributed to Gustave Herter, ca. 1855

Gothic revival armchair ca.1850