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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Vintage 1940-1949 France Dining Room Tables
Limestone, Marble
This stunning French table is made of beautifully carved marble and limestone. The marble top is known as Languedoc Rouge, named after the region in which it's found, in the South of...
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Early 20th Century France Tables
Oak
This charming old French restaurant table has a stripped top with parcel painted legs and base. Supporting the top are two baluster legs connected by a trestle cross beam and three p...
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Antique 19th Century Italy Renaissance Benches
Silk, Walnut
This is a beautifully carved walnut wood Italian bench with padded silk patterned fabric. It dates to the 19th century and most recently belonged to Warner Brothers Studio collection...
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Antique 1850-1859 France Bathroom Fixtures
Bronze
This versatile antique French bronze wine barrel spout has a stylized depiction a dolphin’s head at the front. When France was ruled by Kings, the heir to the throne was known as the...
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Antique 17th Century Belgium Classical Roman Tapestries
Wool
This silk and wool tapestry from Flanders was woven during the period of time when Flanders was known for weaving some of the finest tapestries. Tapestries were originally designed t...
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Antique Late 19th Century France Paintings
Canvas
This very large antique French landscape painting was done by Victor Brugairolles (1869-1936). Known for his love of French landscapes, this is one of his largest paintings. The rive...
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Antique 19th Century France Classical Roman Vases
Bronze, Marble
This beautiful pair of cassolettes from France has nicely chased gilt bronze over antique variegated green marble. They date to the 1800s. Originally, cassolettes were used to disper...
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20th Century Italy Classical Roman Sundials
Marble
This beautifully carved marble sundial from Italy has a wrought iron gnomon for telling the time. As the earth rotates on its axis, the gnomon casts a shadow from the sun onto the ta...
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Antique Early 19th Century France Neoclassical More Desk Accessories
Bronze, Marble
This small, early 1800s mercury gilded bronze Medici Vase rests upon a square pedestal made from Toscana marble and a stepped out black, square marble base. There are beautifully cha...
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Antique Late 19th Century France Paintings
Canvas, Plaster, Wood
Georges Maroniez (1865-1933) was the son of an industrialist father who had a sugar refinery in France. Georges took courses at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Douai and studied under Pi...
Edouard Gilles
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Antique Late 19th Century France Vases
Ceramic, Clay
Edouard Gilles owned and operated his atelier in Paris from 1868-1884. His shop or atelier was one of only a few of that period known for their exquisite artistry in creating large r...
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2010- France Classical Roman Planters and Jardinieres
Cast Stone
These cast stone urns have been made with a mixture of crushed limestone, bluestone, and cement. The terracotta color has been mixed in with the stone, not applied. Each urn has two ...

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