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Bernardi’s Antiques sells fine French Furniture & English Furniture from the 18th, 19th & 20th Centuries.
Georgian, Victorian, Louis XV, Louis XVI are some of the styles & periods that we carry.
All our Furniture is Antique – We do not carry Reproductions.
Many other pieces are available that are not listed here.
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A wonderful matched pair of Louis XV / XVI Transitional marble top commodes. Both commodes are decorated slightly different to each other, but by the same maker.
Dates France, circa 1880.
Each commode measures: 30 inches wide x 17 inches deep x 35 inches high
A fine pair of Louis XVI style bergere chairs in white painted wood and gold trim with a burgandy wine fabric.
Early 20th Century.
A beautifully inlaid Dutch Marquetry games table which opens to reveal a chess board and 4 inlaid playing cards. The triangular table has 3 legs with a 4th leg that slides to support the table when it is fully open. The front leg also slides in so that the games table can become flat for storage.
The top of the table is beautifully decorated with inlay.
Dutch, circa 1850.
A pair of Italian inlaid and marble top bedside commodes in the French style with bronze mounted hardware and bombay shape.
Italian, circa 1920.
In excellent condition.
Measures: 21 1/2 inches wide x 13 1/2 inches deep x 24 inches high
A lovely large gilt wood mirror in a Tabernacle shape with columns on each side a curve to the top of the mirror while the wooden top remains flat . The mirror is also bevelled.
The mirror is large enough that it can stand on the floor or be place on the wall.
Beautiful condition. circa 1880.
A lovely French corner cabinet with marble top and hand painted scene on the front door. The cabinet is mounted with gilt bronze mounts – lady’s faces on each corner, decorative mouldings and feet. The door is thick wood. The hand painted scene is of two French figures in a garden surrounding and the painting is signed by the artist – lower right – M. Martin.
Dates France, circa 1860.
A very handsome sideboard in mahogany with satinwood inlaid banding. The banding around the perimeter of the top is decorated with oak leaves and branches. Two doors open to reveal shelves and 4 drawers open at the front. Ovals decorate the doors and a brass curtain rod at the back. The sideboard sits on carved lion paw feet.
English, circa 1830.
Measures: 77 inches long x 27 inches deep x 38 inches high
A lovely flame mahogany oval table with a light wood banding, inlay and has 2 x 20 inch leaves – sits on 4 tapering legs with a spade foot. Originally purchased from the Art Shoppe in the late 1970’s.
Measures 53 inches long x 43 inches wide + 2 x 20 inch leaves.
An Edwardian tri-pedestal tilt top wine table. The mahogany table is inlaid in the centre with satin wood in a circular design and the feet are ball and claw.
England, circa 1895
Table measures: 20.5 inches diameter x 29 inches high
A large mahogany late 18th Century Dutch Marquetry bombay shape cabinet. Having two doors with individual glass panes and 3 shelves on the inside. The bottom is of bombay shape with 3 drawers. Marquetry throughout.
Holland, circa 1780.
This is a large Showcase cabinet having a large display door (interior has glass shelf) – and the top of the showcase lifts for small curios. Black Lacquer finish with bronze trim and mounts.
French circa 1920
A set of 8 Georgian period dining room chairs – in mahogany with satin wood inlay.
Set consists of 6 side chairs and 2 arm chairs.
England, circa 1820.
This stunning French credenza is adorned with two hand painted porcelain plaques and features delicate inlay and is enhanced with bronze.
A wonderful piece for both storage and display.
It measures 82 inches long x 17 inches deep x 42 inches high.
It dates circa 1880
A mahogany 3 tier server with carved reeded pillars – in the Wm IV style (1830’s). This piece dates late 19th century (circa 1890). 2 Doors open to reveal a shelf for some hidden storage.
A long low mahogany server in Rosewood from the Wm IV period, England, circa 1830. 3 small thin drawers, and bronze hardware decoration.
Perfect as a server or as an entrance piece.
Measures 68 inches long x 25 inches deep x 28 high.
A beautifully shaped gold leaf mirror – Italian circa 1930’s.
A handsome French Louis Philippe cabinet / bookcase with adjustable shelves. 2 doors with glass fronts and bronze trim throughout.
France circa 1870
Measures: 70 inches high x 36 inches wide x 13.5 inches deep.
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