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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 large English Regency – 55 inch round tilt top table on a pedestal base. The pedestal having a triangular footed base. The apron a fine beaded pattern.
Table top measures 55 inches diameter and can be tilted with release of handle underneath top.
Dates circa 1830.
A fine Georgian mahogany 5 drawer, chest of drawers with brass handles, inlaid ivory escutcheons, and satinwood inlay & stringing. Flat front, square in shape. Drawers open easily with the pull of a finger.
England, circa 1800.
Flame Mahogany Serpentine Credenza with Marble Top.
A lovely shaped credenza in Rosewood with contrasting white marble top. Serpentine in shape with 3 doors with storage inside. Long and narrow, perfect for a hallway or entranceway.
English, circa 1860.
Measures: 52 inches long x 16 inches deep
A fabulous set of 8 dining room chairs. 2 carvers (arm chairs + 6 side chairs) upholstered in a off white dotted fabric.
Chairs have a decorative carved back with reeded arms and turned legs.
England circa 1820.
A fine burled walnut Pier cabinet lined with red velvet. Having 2 shelves with 3 levels of display – each shelf is individually lit. Gilt bronze hardware mounts and satinwood inlay decoration over a burled walnut body. Single door.
English, circa 1870.
A solid and beautifully decorated deep console table. The wood is painted in an underlying grey with gold leaf highlights. The marble top is very thick and extremely heavy. The four feet are carved as hooves. Nice quality all around.
Italian, circa 1890.
English Georgian Mahogany Cabinet on Chest circa 1800.
A handsome Georgian period mahogany cabinet on chest, England circa 1800.
Interior has been relined with fabric and lights installed with glass shelves.
This is a fine example of a Georgian mahogany chest on chest with bracket feet and original brass handles. Oak interior secondary wood.
Dentil cornicing on top. 9 drawers in total – which open and close with ease. Beautiful quality.
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 19th century burled walnut Davenport desk with leather top, four drawers on one side and faux drawers on the opposite side. Top has brass gallery and opens to reveal a pen holder and space for stamps and desk accessories.
The leather topped desk opens to reveal more space for papers and drawers.
English, circa 1860.
A walnut canterbury with a unique craved and figured design, it dates Mid 19th Century, Victorian Period. The craved and figured design features a two scroll forms jointed together by a crest, it has 3 layered separators attached to the front and back panels. The one drawer has two rounded-knobs that is quite large and convenient for storage. Each leg has a wheel attached for easy movement and placement within a space.
A lovely Victorian Canterbury, perfect for storage or organizing things of sorts, it would go well with any rustic or vintage inspired home.
Measures: 17 inches in height x 19 1/2 inches wide ( 14 inches deep drawer)
Excellent condition: No chips in the wood with minimal surface scratches from gentle use. There is slight damage on the curved grooves, on the front (right side) and rear (both sides), images are provided.
A double pedestal oval dining room table with banded decorated top. The oval shape table extends to add a leaf which measures 24 inches long.
Table measurement without leaf – 60 inches long x 43 inches wide
Total measurement with leaf 94 inches long.
England, circa 1880.
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