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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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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.
English – circa 1800.
Measures: 48 inches wide (at widest point of top molding) x 21 inches deep x 76 inches high.
A lovely small leather top desk with back that has multiple small drawers and a small mirror. This European mahogany desk is ideal for a small space yet has much storage in the 2 large and 4 small drawers. The style is Art Nouveau and dates circa 1890. The leather is a burgandy in colour.
A beautiful large cabinet with two doors and 3 glass shelves having four hand painted Vernis Martin style panels. The cabinet has many bronze mounted decorations, an inset porcelain pate sur pate tile (centre top) and a marble top. The sides of the cabinet are curved with curved glass side panels and 2 curved painted scenes. It is topped off with a heavy marble top.
French, circa 1910.
A nice small bachelor size chest of drawers which is perfect as a bedside table, front entrance chest or can be placed virtually anywhere in the house. The chest is a bow front shape in Mahogany wood with a satin wood banding around the top. The secondary interior wood is oak. 4 drawers total. Lovely condition.
A large early mahogany cabinet with a great deal of storage. The cabinet dates from the Wm. IV period to the early Victorian period, circa 1840. The top is divided into 3 separate sections with shelves that are adjustable for each section. The lower half has 3 separate doors for storage with a shelf each. The breakfront does come apart for easy delivery (top crown, bottom half buffet and the top half separates into 2 sections).
Bottom Measures: 61 inches wide x 21 inches deep at centre (17.5 inches deep on each side) x 88 inches high.
The top section is set back a bit from the bottom – so it doesn’t seem so imposing.
Top depth measures: 15.5 inches deep at centre (12 inches deep on each side).
A long double pedestal sideboard that measures 7 foot 1 inch long. The mahogany sideboard has two pedestal on each side which open to reveal sliding drawers and shelves. The long top sits and locks onto the top of the two pedestals which has three drawers. A decorative carved backboard attached to the back. In all the sideboard comes apart in 4 pieces for easy delivery into any home.
Measures: 85 inches long x 27 inches deep x 53 inches high (to back board top) (or 37 inches high to top surface of sideboard)
English, circa 1860.
A handsome, large French marble top commode in King wood with inlaid branches and leaves. Bronze handles, key escutcheons and decorations adorn the feet and corners. The commode is finished with a heavy marble top.
French, circa 1880.
A handsome casket shaped glove box in burled walnut with decorative brass mounts and a red fabric interior.
English circa 1880.
Measures: 11 inches long x 4 3/4 inches deep x 3 3/4 inches high.
A long low mahogany server in Mahogany & Rosewood – transitional from Regency period to the Wm IV period, England, circa 1830. 6 thick reeded carved legs on castors, 3 small thin drawers, and decorative bronze hardware .
Perfect as a server or as an entrance piece.
Measures 68 inches long x 25 inches deep x 28 high.
A Wm IV mahogany dining room table in beautiful condition. The large table has 2 leaves to extend to 100 inches and fit 10 to 12 people (if you put 2 on either end).
Typical reeded carved legs of the Wm IV period and table opens with a steel crank tube located under the top which adds strength when fully open and tightness to hold the leaves in place. The legs sit on 4 brass castors that allow the table to open easily when cranked.
Table measures: 60 inches long x 48 inches wide – Plus 2 x 20 inch leaves with skirts – total length – 100 inches.
A fantastic quality sofa table in Rosewood with satinwood banding around the perimeter of the top and Rosewood banding around satinwood along the sides, legs and drawers. Two large, long drawers open at the front. Two drop leaves raise to extend the surface of the top making it perfect for a desk or library table or server. French polish finish.
What did they do before Laptop computers? They had lap desks.
This Rosewood English lap desk has a beautiful exterior finish with several inlays of Mother of Pearl decoration. The box opens to lay angled with a black felt and space for inkwells and a pen. Two compartments open to store papers and envelopes.
English circa 1860.
Measures 14 inches wide x 9 1/2 inches deep x 4 1/4 inches high. When desk opens – measures 19 inches long.
Beautiful condition with no damage.
A Victorian mahogany server which is telescopic and transforms from 1 single surface into 3 tier surface by pulling up the top. The 3 tiers lock into place and release with a button and folds back down to a single table.
Measures: 48 inches long x 20 inches deep x 30 inches high (as a single table)
A beautiful quality burled walnut credenza with curved glass doors and covered centre storage. Brass trim and mounts – with rams heads. Intricate fruit wood inlay decorates the centre door and front borders. Velvet lined shelves. 19th Century, dates circa 1860.
Measures: 5 ft long. x 16 inches deep x 44 inches high.
A beautifully inlaid French bonheur du jour (lady’s writing desk) in black lacquer with brass inlay and panels of brass, ivory and mother of pearl inlay. The panels feature gardens, with drapes, birds, snakes and squirrels. The drawer opens and reveals a writing table with a blue velvet and the table slides back to reveal storage. The double doors open and show an interior with a shelf. The interiors of the cabinet and drawer are made in Birds Eye Maple. A lovely contrast to the black lacquer. The piece is further highlighted with bronze trim and mounts.
Dates France, circa 1860.