Armchair (bergère), Paris ca 1765, possibly by Louis I Cresson (1706–1761). Carved and gilded beechwood. Dimensions: H. 39-7/8 x W. 32 x D. 23-1/2 in. (101.3 x 81.3 x 59.7 cm) METMUSEUM
Armchair by J. B. Tilliard et J. B. Boulard, from the furniture of the office of Louis XVI at Compiègne,
François Linke 1855 - 1946<br>"Le Grand Bureau", An Important sculptural gilt bronze mounted kingwood, satiné and fruitwood marquetry writing desk and accompanying chair, Paris, circa 1895, index number 550 | Lot | Sotheby's
A LARGE AND FINE LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE MOUNTED MAHOGANY VITRINE ON STAND France, early 20th century
A Fine French 19th/20th Century Louis XV Style Kingwood and Ormolu Mounted Single-Door Vitrine, the demi-lune shaped cabinet with and arched bonnet, molded trim above a bombé glazed door framed with rocaille within a "C" scroll and stylized acanthus cast encadrements issuing shaped circular foliate and budding branch reticulated bronzes over similary molded pierced "C" scrolled and blossoming stem mounts cornered by berried laurel interwined with lattice form details flanked by corners of…
This has the feel of Sherlock to me only lighter...something to work toward in our rather austere living room?