Slide Gilt Wood Sofa Settee Louis XVI Style French 19th Century $3,200.00 Slide

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Sterling Silver Candle
Holder & Snuffer
Cameo Art Glass Vase.
Signed Galle.
Circa 1900.
Galle Cameo Art Glass Vase. Signed Galle




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“St. Wolfgang” of Regensburg. Oil on Canvas. German school. 19th Century

A 19th Century oil painting on canvas depicting a saint. Saint Wolfgang wears robes and has a halo. He is holding a model of a church in one hand and an axe in the other. There is a church in the distant mountainous background. The halo on this figure’s head indicates he was canonized, symbolizes saintly status. The figure’s hat is that of a Bishop or Cardinal. The axe refers to an incident in the life of the saint. After having selected a solitary spot in the wilderness, he prayed and then threw the axe into the ticket; the spot on which the axe fell he regarded as the place where GOD intended he should build his church. The axe is still shown in the little market town of St. Wolfgang which sprang up on the spot of the old church. Very good condition. Canvas is 16"w x 21" X H1" Frame 24"L x 2" D x 30" H

1870’s Antique French Sevres Porcelain Ormolu Clock

Antique French ormolu, gilt bronze, mantel clock with a profusion of Royal Blue porcelain panels in the Sevres manner, circa 1870's .Stamped on the back of the clock Medale de Bronze La Marte and serial # 3083 6 the clock has beautiful, hand painted porcelain plaques inset in the sides and decorated with floral motifs. The plaque in the center depicts a young lady and a young gentlemen dressed in a period costume.

18th Century Tortoise Shell Tea Caddie With A portrait of Mary. Queen of Scots.

Antiques 18th century ellipse shaped brown tortoise shell Tea Caddie with hinged lid. Decorated with a center medallion painting on the ostrich shell portrait of a Mary Queen of Scots. The hinged lid's interior is lined with green cloth, lock with a key. Origin England or Scottland.  Measurements are: 6 1/4" w x 3 1/4""d x 5" H. Mary Queen of Scots also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scottland from December 1542 to 24July 1567. Mary the only surviving legitimate child od King James V, was six day old when her father died and she acceded to the throne.

19TH C. French Lithograph. C. 1861. View Of The Seine And Pont De Solferina With Boats. Signed H. CHARPENTIER.

Antique 19th Century Lithograph of the River Seine at the Pont de Solferina. The name of the French architectural draftsman Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832) is noted on the back of the print. Perhaps this is a drawing by Pugin which was reproduced in an edition of colored lithographs. This print is from the book by H. Charpentier titled "Paris Dans Sa Splendour," ca. 1861. We believe this lithograph was printed by Henri Charpentier who worked in Paris in the 19th Century.  The name of Phillippe Benoist also appears on the lithograph. It is also inscribed Nantes lith edition Paris, Quai des Augustin 55.  Pont de Solferina is a footbridge to take pedestrians across the Seine, from and to the right and left bank. The image shows working boats and figures on and near the river. European. Print and frame are in the very good condition ; Frame Size : 21" W x 2" D x 25" H, Printed Image measure 9 ¾" H x 14 ¾" W

19th C. Pair of Napkin Rings, Dutch, Sterling Silver, Repousse

A Pair of Antique 19th century Sterling Silver Dutch napkin rings with Repousse design of a harbor scene. Included in the napkin rings' designs are boats on the water holding people, windmills and small houses, and horsemen on the shore, with trees, and birds in the sky. The napkin rings have lovely beaded rims. The napkin rings also have an elaborate cartouche bearing an owner’s initials: AR and CR, each initial is an unusually large size and surrounded by scroll. Unusually heavy silver weight for a napkin ring. Each ring is stamped with the makers mark in oval VS. Dia. Each 2 3/8” x 1 5/8”

19th Century Antique French GIEN Faience Bowl, FRANCE 1876

19th Century Antique French Gien Faience Bowl. This large Gien bowl is decorated with fantastic animals, grotesques and cartouches in shades of blue and brown on white. Designs such as this, inspired by the Italian Renaissance, formed a large part of the Gien production in the mid to late 19th century, mark dates to circa 1876. Bowl is in the very good condition for its age no cracks only one minor bruise to the inside rim . Size : 14" dia. x 8" h
Slider- Set 6 (six ) Balloon-Back Walnut Victorian Dining Chairs, English c.a.1900’s
Set of 6 Chairs

Balloon-Back Walnut Victorian Dining Chairs










Since 1987, LR Antiques has been providing Houston with an impressive collection of English, German, Austrian and French antiques shipped directly from their countries of origin. What started out as a small, part-time business owned by Russian immigrant sisters Lora Levin and Rachel Bley, has now grown into an almost 4000 sq. ft showroom in the exclusive Museum District of Houston. Additionally, LR Antiques has also expanded into multiple show spaces in Upper Kirby.


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