Discover our French antiques
Beautiful ring. – Period 1900.
1540€ Ref. 274C09
In yellow 18 ct gold with three foliage designs, blue enamel at each side, set with a diamond of about 0.30 ct and four small diamonds - size 55 - 6.1 g.
Pedestal table. – Empire period.
4600€ Ref. 233023
In walnut. Lombardy. Perfect condition. H. 82 cm, diam. 90 cm.
Jean-Baptiste PERRONEAU's school, around 1780. – Portrait of a young man wearing a blue jacket.
2800€ Ref. 281060
Oil on canvas, period XVIIIth century. H. 50.5 cm, W. 44 cm.
Adrien Gabriel VOISARD-MARGERIE (1867-1954). – Cows in a field.
1900€ Ref. 265142
Oil on canvas. Good condition. 37 cm x 45 cm (without frame).
Plate in Malines Alabaster. – Beg. XVIIth century.
2700€ Ref. 255101
Flanders. Very good condition. Gilding of origin worn. 12.8 cm x 10 cm (frame 23 cm x 20 cm).
Bracelet, oval link.
950€ Ref. 263C38
In yellow gold - 20 cm - 16.2 g.
Set of four Louis XVI armchairs. – XVIIIth century period.
9800€ Ref. 284109
Backrest said "à la Reine" in carved and painted beech. Excellent condition. Tapestries of origin. H. 100 cm, W. 63.5 cm, D. 62,5 cm.
Follower by Paul I Troger (1698-1762). – Austrian school.
4500€ Ref. 179197
Oil on canvas. 48,5 cm x 38,5 cm.
Nice brooch. – Period 1970.
3100€ Ref. 240C21
In yellow gold, set with turquoises, rubies and a diamond in the middle, created by a famous workshop in Paris.
Pair of pouring jugs. – Mid XVIIIth century.
4000€ Ref. 156093
In bronze. China, Ming dynasty. Very good condition, one lid missing. The rim base of one jug has been previously reinforced and a pouring lip is re-weld. H. 28,5 cm.
Meet an experienced French antique dealer
With more than three decades of experience in valuing antiques, French Antiques Gallery, an antiques specialist based in the heart of France, is a French antique dealer you can rely on. Selling antiques online means that we can offer antiques lovers from across the world an exceptional choice of quality antique pieces, all backed by a comprehensive guarantee, and at excellent prices.
Antique periods and styles: timeline
This timeline enables you to identify the styles of different French antique periods, from the XV to the XX century. The dates indicated refer to reigns or to main historic events, and show a transition between two clearly defined antique styles. However these should not be considered as strict limits: in fact, numerous styles will last about ten years after their “official” end date. This is due to craftsmen’s habits and customers’ preferences: many continued to order older styles to complete the decoration of their home in keeping with existing furniture.
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