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Brooklyn, NY
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About Klismos Gallery

Klismos Gallery offers a curated selection of fine furniture and objects of art drawing from Antiquity to the present, promoting timeless elegance, restraint, and objective beauty, renewing old traditions for the most sophisticated modern living -- a Classicism for the the 21st Century.

Klismos Gallery

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17th Century Walnut Credenza with Velvet and Wrought Iron Detailing
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A spectacular and finely detailed late Renaissance credenza likely created in Florence. A plank top is supported by a series of three frieze drawers with open wrought iron grilles o...
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Antique Early 17th Century Italian Renaissance Credenzas

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Wrought Iron

19th Century Louis XVI Giltwood Pier Mirror
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A magnificent and monumental neoclassical pier mirror from the Napoleon III era. The original Mercury glass plate is bordered by an elegant egg and dart molding with the top of the ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Louis XVI Mantel Mirrors and Fireplace Mirrors

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Giltwood

Pair of Late 19th Century Inlaid Adamesque Mahogany Pedestals
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A pair of handsome neoclassical pedestals in mahogany and inlaid detailing. The upper portion is decorated with musical instruments and foliage with the shaft bearing a oval inlay of...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Adam Style Pedestals

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Boxwood, Mahogany, Satinwood

Late 18th Century Classical Parcel Gilt Bremen Sonnenschrank or Sun Armoire
Located in Brooklyn, NY
An exceptional "sun armoire" from the north German free Hanse city of Bremen, this schrank is one of the finest examples of its kind in existence. This princely armoire stylistically...
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Antique Late 18th Century German Gustavian Wardrobes and Armoires

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Wood, Giltwood

Set of Six Late 18th Century Country Chippendale Chairs
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A rare and very handsome set of six English country Chippendale chairs in oak and elm. The plank splat silhouettes beautifully with long slop...
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Antique 1780s Great Britain (UK) Chippendale Chairs

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Elm, Oak

Early 19th Century German Neoclassical Biedermeier Mahogany and Gilt Mirror
By Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Architectural, large hall mirror with ebonized inset panels and parcel-gilt details. Finely cast brass decals depict Demeter in a chariot pulled by ...
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Antique 1820s German Neoclassical Wall Mirrors

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Mahogany

Early 19th Century Regency Faux Rosewood Roman Spoon Chair
Located in Brooklyn, NY
An fine faux bois rosewood spoon or Roman chair, inset with lacquered and brass center splat ormolu detail with anthemion and griffin pair, a suite of furniture at Chatsworth House...
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Antique 1820s English Neoclassical Club Chairs

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Mahogany, Lacquer

John James Audubon "The Little Owl, " 1834 Havell Edition in Renaissance Frame
By Robert Havell, John James Audubon
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Created as part of John James Audubon's "The Birds of North America," the single greatest work on ornithology ever produced, this rare print of "The Little Owl, Strix Acadica" is presented in its original full elephant folio size. Audubon traveled extensively throughout the young United States recording every then known species of bird in 435 plates, each in their true to life scale. From the very rare Havell edition...
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Antique 1830s American American Classical Prints

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Glass, Giltwood, Paper

Regency Rosewood Library Table with Lyre Base
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Stunning early 19th century style side table in figured rosewood. The top with rounded corners and inlaid with boxwood is supported by a simple rosewood veneered frieze with a drawer...
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Vintage 1960s American Regency Side Tables

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Rosewood

Ancient Roman Portrait Bust of a Man, 1st Century BC
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A portrait of Roman aristocrat executed in the Veristic style. From the Latin "verus" meaning truth, the practice represented everyday subjects with great realism often including signs of age with exacting detail. Wrinkles, furrowed brows, and moles are presented as signs of wisdom and power and suggest the philosophical and moral character of the sitter. With the ascent of Emperor Augustus, eternal youth again took center stage, and verism fell into disfavor. The style enjoyed a resurgence after Emperor Vespasian came to power in 69 AD, Italy, 1st century BC. Provenance - the collection of Spanish fashion designer Elio Berhanyer...
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Antique 15th Century and Earlier Italian Classical Roman Busts

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Marble

18th Century Neoclassical Bronze Doré Sculpture of Woman
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A masterful large classical statue in cast bronze of a beautiful young woman in stride wearing a flowing ionic chiton. The exquisite casting of ...
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Antique Late 18th Century Italian Neoclassical Figurative Sculptures

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Bronze

Pair of Early 19th Century English Parcel-Gilt Armchairs Attributed to Gillows
By Gillows of Lancaster & London
Located in Brooklyn, NY
A stunning set of neoclassical ebonized and giltwood chairs attributed to Gillows of Lancaster and London and inspired by the forms of Regency designer George Smith. These chairs are identical to a set supplied by Gillows to Colonel Hugh Mongomerie, Earl of Eglington, for his house, Coilesfield, one of the great lost Regency houses...
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Antique Early 1800s English Regency Armchairs

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Mahogany, Giltwood

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