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Classicist Lady’s Secretaire
Vienna, around 1790-1800
Oaken corpus, mahagony veneer. Original brass-rosetted and applications, original leather, ebonized, varnished drawers.
138 x 53 x 84 cm
New acquisition

 

Biedermeier saloon table
Vienna, 1830s
Mahagony wood with ivory applications
142 x 78.5 x 85 cm
New acquisition

 

Smoking Table
Vienna, around 1905
Schellack polished oak wood
with original brass sockets, glass, lock and key
New acquisition

 

Hommage á Gilbert Poillerat (1902–1988)
Exquisite Console table
Hand forged wrought iron
88 x 172 x 28 cm

 

Adolf Loos (1870 -1933)
"Sparherd"-desk table
Vienna, turn of the century
Mahogany with copper coated brass application
Illustrated in:
Rostás Péter: Mágnások lakberendezoje, Budapest, 2010. p.230
174 x 74 x 71.5 cm

 

Table á la Haberfeld
Simmilar to Adolf Loos's Haberfeld table
Vienna, around 1910
Polished oak wood with copper tabletop
90 x 60 x 68 cm

 

Jugendstil Pedestal Table
Vienna 1910s
Ebonized wood
79 x 38.5 cm

 

Art Deco Side-table with Shelves
Attributed to Lajos Kozma (1884-1948)
Budapest, 1930s
Polished walnut-wood veneer
h: 65 cm, w: 55 x 55 cm

 

Early Art Deco Table
Budapest, 1920s
Painted wood, restored after the original colours
h: 70 cm, d: 74.5 cm

 

Small Decorative Consol
Paris, middle of the 20th century
gilded wrought-iron, mirror
h: 60 cm, w: 64 x 24 cm

 

Table
Attributed to Otto Prutscher (1880-1949)
Vienna, around 1905
Iron, glass
76.5 x 63 x 45 cm

 

Dressing table by Hans Gunther Reinstein (1880-1938)
Vienna, 1911
Manufactured by Press-Stoff-Mobel-Gesellschaft
Corrugeted cardboard, bent solid wood, laminated wood
77 x 108 x 52 cm
Illustrated in: Bent Wood and Metal Furniture: 1850-1946, New York, 1987.

 

Empire Consol
South Germany, München, first half of the 19th century
Pyramid mahogany veneer, marble, gilded bronze applications, signed
h: 91 cm; 114 x 46 cm