Victorian furniture

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Completely classic, Victorian Decor is like the big sister of Shabby Chic and French Country decors. Full of ornate embellishments, dark woods, and plush furniture, and not that difficult to pull off, this is one of my absolute favorite decorating ...

Tabz Jones
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Victorian Rosewood Occasional Table. Circa 1850 Standing on Carved and Shaped Legs with a very pretty ring Turned and Carved Column. The Top of The Table Having Superb Rio Rosewood Veneers. Size: Height 27" (69cm) Width 21" (53cm) Depth 21" (53cm) Viewing by appointment only.

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About We present you this antique piece of furniture from the Victorian era, dated Q3 of the 19th century. The étagère has five shelves which are supported by turned columns. Furthermore, the whole is placed on the legs with rolls. The shelves are intended for exhibiting valuable items. Moreover, they are covered in beautiful burl veneer, with intarsias made of fillet stripes on the edges. Each of the shelves is ornate with an openwork wall, cut elaborately in wood. The upper section is…

Pascale Robert
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An ingenious Victorian Metamorphic Combination Table, Desk, and Chair (shown open and closed) was made of oak around the 1850s, after a design by Stephen Hedges. Other similar examples are housed in museums in New York and New Orleans.

KC Lascelle