Art Deco Cabinet Maurice Jallot (1900-1971) France, ca. 1940 Sycamore and stained fruitwood. Four-door cabinet with one wide shelf in each section and a pull-out tablet at the midpoint, hidden by the closed doors. Cabinet raised on a stained plinth with brass sabots. Height: 66.75" Width: 44" Depth: 17" Code : N-2233
Art Nouveau, exemplified by this turn-of-the-century, silver-and-silver-gilt American gem from Heritage Auctions, featured in the December 7 sale. Starting bid $200; ha.com. Image: Unger Brothers’ silver-and-silver-gilt match safe, circa 1900.
Louis Majorelle "MAGNOLIA" THREE-LIGHT TABLE LAMP one shade engraved DAUM/NANCY and with the Croix de Lorraine gilt bronze and wheel-carved glass, circa 1903, in collaboration with Auguste and Antonin Daum.
Unusual Revival Desk True one of a kind piece with several styles and time periods incorporated. Masterfully crafted throughout, with inlay, relief carvings, applied carvings and a painted center panel. Purportedly made in St Louis, Mo, c,1890 70 ½” x 52” x 22”