18 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Late 19th century Black Forest side chair with grape and vine carved top rail, central marquetry panel on leaf carved legs with hoof feet (af)

A Continental marquetry Black Forest style inlaid loo table with two matching musical chairs, the shaped oval table inlaid with a garland border, with a central reserve decorated with a classical hunting scene, supported by a carved lion pedestal on a trip

A stag antler and walnut magazine stand, Black Forest region, 19th century. 90 cm high, 50 cm wide, 27 cm deep

An early 1900s N.Z. folk art carved cupboard, the small kauri cupboard with the door heavily carved in an Australian theme featuring a kangaroo, kookaburra, an aboriginal figure, lizard, emu etc. and a shield quoting “The Black Forest Australia”. Three she

A contemporary German Black Forest hand painted two door armoire, 20th century, the cornice with date '1776'. 200 cm x 170 cm x 73 cm

A Black Forest carved picture easel, German/Swiss 19th century, 204 cm high, 76 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Sydney

A very fine naturalistic carved lovers seat, Black Forest, circa 1900. 99 cm high, 126 cm wide and 43 cm deep

A late 19th century Black Forest bear settee, comprising two standing bears, supporting the carved seat, scrolled arms and pierced, carved back depicting three bears with oak branches. Height 88 cm. Width 138 cm. Depth 50 cm

A rare carved bear form umbrella stand, Swiss or Black Forest, circa 1900 with glass eyes. 91 cm high

A Swiss 'Black Forest' style painted composition bear bench20th century, 20th century the two standing bears supporting a seat with pierced backplate of naturalistic form centred by a further bear, restorations, 165 cm wide x 49 cm deep x 92 cm high

A carved black forest hall chair, 19th century. 101 cm high, 40 cm wide. 45 cm deep

A contemporary German Black Forest hand painted two door armoire, 20th century the cornice with date '1776' 200 cm high, 170 cm wide, 73 cm deep

A rare 19th century Black Forest / Swiss spruce decorative inlaid table with a shaped top and pierced frieze with bulbous column and out swept supports. Together with two near matching chairs each with pierced back and musical motifs

A pair of Black Forest style antler stools upholstered in deer hide 50 x 45 cm

An Austrian Black Forest style stag horn banquette 48 x 110 x 32 cm

An unusual Black Forest carved pine overmantel mirror 186 x 120 x 132 cm

A Black Forest carved Linden wood bear cub. As an umbrella stand. Height 96 cm. Note: Even though the Black Forest is in Germany, the term was adopted by Swiss craftsmen for this type, of carving and their cuckoo clocks