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A carved oak leather upholstered armchair, French, 19th century, in the style of Louis Majorelle

A Louis Majorelle Art Nouveau inlaid side table, c.1910. Mahogany with mixed exotic hardwoods. Two tier collapsible construction. Signed inlay veneer signature. Height 80.5 cm; 82 x 62 cm (lower shelf)

An Art Nouveau inlaid mahogany vitrine, designed by Louis Majorelle, French, circa 1905 176 cm high, 85 cm wide, 30 cm deep

A French inlaid mahogany cabinet, by Louis Majorelle, circa 1925, 200 cm high, 170 cm wide, 48 cm deep

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) designed French Art Deco palisander bedroom suite. Comprising an armoire, a double bedstead, a bedside cabinet and a gentleman's armoire. Armoire: 218 cm high, 152 cm wide, 45 cm deep, the bedroom suite designed by Louis Majorel

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) outstanding nine piece French palisander dining room suite. Stamped: Louis Majorelle. Comprising of a three leaf extension table, six matching dining chairs, a three door raised back sideboard, and a small dessert. 126 cm high,

Louis Majorelle (1859-1926), a marquetry inlaid bureau with wisteria design /, circa 1910, inlaid signature to the right hand door. 63 x 78 x 60.5 cm

A fine quality marquetry Art Nouveau occasional table by Louis Majorelle, French, circa 1905, signed in the marquetry, 76 x 60 x 40 cm

Louis Majorelle (1859 - 1926), a marquetry two-tier side table, the upper tier inlaid with stylised foliage, supported by three shaped reeded legs inscribed signature to top L. Majorelle. Diameter 60 cm. Height 80 cm. Copeland and de Soos, Sydney. Literatu

Louis Majorelle (1859 - 1926), a marquetry two-tier side table, mahogany and walnut with fruitwood foliate marquetry and gilt bronze handles. Width 81.5 cm. Depth 62 cm. Height 80 cm. Literature: Duncan, A, Louis Majorelle: master of Art Nouveau design, Ne

Display cabinet and bookcase 221 x 138x 52 cm, signed by Louis Majorelle

Pair of Art Nouveau walnut display cabinets by P. Dumas, identical to one shown at the Paris Exhibition of 1900, in the 'Ombelle Pattern', with domed tops, a large central cabinet with two glazed doors, smaller cabinets to either side, three wide lower dra