Click on the item to check it out.

LSB_1396_large Benson & Hedges Cigar Humidor, circa 1935
Luke Honey

A mahogany cigar humidor by Benson & Hedges, circa 1935, with a brass plaque to the lid, and inset brass 'campaign' handles, Benson & Hedges retail label to the inner lid, "By Appointment to His Majesty The King...London...New York...Montreal"

Screen Shot 2015-06-16 at 19.05.14 Pair of English Regency - Late 19th/early 20th century
John Moran

Late 19th/early 20th century, an opposing pair, each surmounted by a crane standing atop a turtle's back, a snake clutched in its raised foot, over five outswept arms each supporting a foliate-molded urn-form light, raised on a channeled floral and acanthus-wrapped standard above a parcel-gilt tripartite foliate base with panther-headed knees, on claw feet, raised overall on a gilt bronze-mounted tripartite beveled red marble plinth.

Screen Shot 2015-06-16 at 19.05.38 A pair of gilt and carved wood console tables - Early 20th century
John Moran

Early 20th century, each with a beveled demilune yellowish-cream marble top over a conforming gilt carved acanthus and bead-molded frieze, raised on three curving scroll-headed foliate-carved legs joining above a single scrolled and beveled foot.

Screen Shot 2015-06-16 at 19.04.45 An Italian cabinet, circa 1920s
John Moran

Circa 1920s, of white oak, the outset hinged rectangular top over a conforming body faced with three hand-painted figural panels interspaced by relief-carved pilasters decorated with strapwork, fruit, dolphins and female faces, raised on an integral beveled-edge rectangular base.

Marie Antoinette’s famous ‘Serre-bijoux’ Cabinet, Copy, 20th C. Auctionata Marie Antoinette’s famous ‘Serre-bijoux’ Cabinet, Copy, 20th C.
Auctionata

Mahogany and maple, stained, gilded bronze, France, 20th century. One of only three copies of Marie Antoinette's jewellery cabinet.
Designed by Jean Ferdinand Schwerdfeger (1734-1818) and Jean Démosthène Dugourc (1749-1825) made in 1787.

Check out more furniture on Barnebys here.

Comment