Le Louvre French Antiques

Dallas, TX

About Le Louvre French Antiques

Le Louvre French Antiques has been a leading source for high quality antiques in Dallas and the entire region for over 33 years. With a keen eye for beauty and quality, Le Louvre is constantly brimming with unusual and hard to find pieces, with everything from 17th century tapestries to hand carved limestone fountains. We are direct Importers and specialists of 18th and 19th century French furniture, accessories, and Chateau architecturals. However, the entire range of inventory spans from the 16th century to the 20th century and includes pieces from all over Europe. ...Read More

Le Louvre French Antiques

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21st Century France Louis XIV Fireplaces and Mantels
Limestone
This elegant, hand-carved limestone mantel from France has curved legs and a stepped-out molding on the front of the mantelshelf and legs. Its size is perfect for use in a variety of...
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2010- France Platters and Serveware
Ceramic
This handmade and painted dish comes from the South of France. If you want to Cook, you must remove the top and place the bottom dish within another dish with about an inch of water ...
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Antique 19th Century France Fireplace Tools and Chimney Pots
Iron
These tall, antique French andirons have their uppermost portions crafted to hold cups or bowls of liquid which would then be heated by the fire. The hooks attached to the front of t...
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Antique 19th Century France Medieval Doors and Gates
Iron, Wrought Iron
This wonderful pair of hand-forged iron gates from France has a variety of different scrolling motifs throughout. All are symmetrical in their placement, with three vertical panels o...
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Antique Late 19th Century France Classical Roman Fireplace Tools and Chi...
Brass, Iron
From France, this unique brass repousse fireplace screen has been exquisitely designed. Large motifs of fantastical flying animals bodies extend into the upper corners. The lower cor...
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Antique 17th Century France Louis XIV Fireplace Tools and Chimney Pots
Wrought Iron
These artistically hand-wrought and hammered, 17th century andirons can be used in any style of design because of their elegantly simplicity. They have recently been lightly brushed ...
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2010- France Serving Pieces
Ceramic
This handmade and painted dish comes from the South of France. It is known as a Tourtiere, which in France, means a dish to make pies. In Quebec, it is known as a meat pie, served du...
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Antique 19th Century France Paintings
Canvas, Paint
This circa 1890 painting is signed Mantelet in the lower left corner. He was a late 1800s painter who exhibited regularly at the Salon des Artistes Francais and whose pieces can stil...
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Antique Late 18th Century France Louis XVI Scientific Instruments
Glass, Wood, Paper
This rare barometer is known as a Selon de Torricelli and dates to the late 18th century. This name refers to the mechanism invented by Italian physicist Evangelista Torricelli over ...
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Antique 18th Century Spain Dining Room Tables
Wrought Iron, Elm
This long antique table from Spain was made in the 1700s. The raised grain of the elmwood on the tabletop is absolutely wonderful and gives it a very distinct look. It is a very func...
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Antique Early 19th Century France Louis XVI Fireplaces and Mantels
Limestone
This hand-carved, antique French limestone mantel is in the Louis XVI style. It dates to the very early 1800s and is from the Loire Valley. The simplistic elegance of the Louis XVI s...
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Antique Mid-19th Century France Medieval Animal Sculptures
Bronze
This stunning 19th century gilt bronze statuette is of Marie de Bourgogne or Mary of Burgundy. She was the 15th century princess and wife of Maximillian I of Hapsburg of Austria. She...

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