American Empire Period Furniture



Pennsylvania Federal walnut schrank, ca. 1800, the ogee molded cornice over a case with line inlaid recessed panel doors, resting on a lower section woth five drawers and French feet, retaining an old dry surface, 83 H. x 57 W. Provenance: Peter Eaton.


19th Century Empire Dutch Mahogany Secretaire Bureau Inlay

Dutch mobile for the American market, Empire period, we are faced with the great Dutch market that adapted its furniture for every nation that requested it, styling in the best way for the taste and fashion of each nation. We have an example with some furniture for the English, German and American market. This bears the lines of the most severe furniture in the forms of those usually used for the European domestic market (they used the Rococo style more). In mahogany and inlaid in fruity woods.


American Empire Chest of Drawers from Philadelphia, c. 1825




Empire Antique Cherry Six Drawer Chest or Dresser, Glass Knobs, Ohio

An Empire period large chest or dresser was hand crafted of solid cherry in Ohio. American antique 1870s furniture Restored finish in excellent condition, preserving minor wear, dings & mars for charm Original brass key hole covers, no key Drawers have hand cut dovetail joints Glass drawer pull knobs Spiral columns are beautifully carved Size is 42.5" wide, 21" deep and 45.5" tall.


American Antiques and other decorative arts from the colonial, Federal and empire periods. | Bernard & S. Dean Levy - Part 9




American Empire Greek Revival Drop-Leaf Dining Table in Mahogany, circa 1830

American Empire Greek Revival Drop-Leaf Dining Table in Mahogany, circa 1830 | See more antique and modern Drop-leaf and Pembroke Tables at www.1stdibs.com/...;


Antique American Flame Mahogany and Cane Empire Period Recamier or Chaise Longue

Antique American Flame Mahogany and Cane Empire Period Recamier or Chaise Longue | From a unique collection of antique and modern chaise longues at www.1stdibs.com/...


Sold Price: Massive American Empire Flame Mahogany and Marble Pier Table, 19th C., - October 4, 0115 10:00 AM EDT

Massive American Empire Flame Mahogany and Marble Pier Table, 19th C., marble with eared corners ,bookmatched veneer. Measurements: 42"H x 68"W x 17"D


American Antiques and other decorative arts from the colonial, Federal and empire periods. | Bernard & S. Dean Levy - Part 11




Early 19th Century Empire Style Curly Maple Lyre Back Cane Dining Chair

This Early 19th Century New England Dining chair is hand carved from Curly Maple and has a glossy beautiful grain. The chair features a charming "lyre" back, a hand caned seat and lovely turned legs with sturdy stretchers. Pegged construction. Unmarked. Circa, early 1800's. This American-made chair was crafted about 1825 in New England. during the Empire period furniture. The American Empire period in furniture design began in about 1815 and lasted through 1840, but it was most popular during the 1820s. It overlapped with Federal-style furnitu


The Twelve Most Influential Periods in American Furniture History

Empire Style Furniture Designs Popular In The Early- To Mid-1800s. Antique Furniture With Roman, Greek, And Egyptian Influences. Empire, A Style Originating In France, Was Popular In America In The Early- To Mid-1800s. Find Out Which Elements To Look For In Empire Pieces.


American Empire Book Hinged Sutherland Table

American Empire Book Hinged Sutherland Table


Antique American Empire Crotch Walnut Tallboy Dresser Mirrored Chest of Drawers

"#31672 \"An exquisite American Empire tallboy dresser or chest of drawers with mirror. Made of crotch walnut featuring rectangular form with matchbook veneer top, bowfront, scrolled accents, eight drawers, glass knobs and adjustable beveled mirror. American Empire is a French-inspired Neoclassical style of American furniture and decoration that takes its name and originates from the Empire style introduced during the First French Empire period under Napoleon's rule. It gained its greatest popularity in the U.S. after 1820 and is considered the







American Empire Period “Butler’s” Desk

American Empire period “Butler’s” Desk The top “drawer” is actually a pull out standing desk with drawers, pigeon holes, secret drawers, and green felt on writing surface. Piece has Acanthus carved rope columns, turned feet, wood knobs, and solid ends Dimension are 43.5” wide X 24.5” deep X 49” tall


American Antiques and other decorative arts from the colonial, Federal and empire periods. | Bernard & S. Dean Levy - Part 15

American Antiques and other decorative arts from the colonial, Federal and empire periods. | Bernard & S. Dean Levy - Part 15


An American Empire period Mahogany chest / cupboard

An American Empire period Mahogany chest / cupboard from jonathan-daniels-antiques on Ruby Lane




American Empire Furniture....dresser/mirror


Sold Price: AN AMERICAN EMPIRE SLANT-FRONT MAHOGANY SECRETARY, EARLY-MID 19TH CENTURY, - Invalid date CST

AN AMERICAN EMPIRE SLANT-FRONT MAHOGANY SECRETARY, - by Houston Auction Company Beautiful piece!


ANTIQUE FURNITURE AMERICAN EMPIRE VICTORIAN TIGER QUATERSAWN OAK COFFEE TABLE | eBay




American Empire Mahogany Chest

American Empire mahogany chest of drawers with carved column sides and claw feet


American Empire Mahogany 1910 Sideboard Server: J-S4236: Removed

American Empire Mahogany 1910 Sideboard Server


Card Table 1815–25 Attributed to Duncan Phyfe,16X12"(A3) Poster

A3 Poster Reproduction of Classic Image,Overall Dimensions of this Poster are 420x297mm (16.5x11.7 inches),Fast Worldwide Shipping


1stdibs Card Table / Tea Table - 19Th Century Game American American Empire Mahogany