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Exclusive Antique Furniture

The exclusive antique furniture from the 19th century is a part of furnishings that is made with the preservation of a high level of craftsmanship. In the collection of our store, you will find furniture and accessories from Western Europe: France, the Netherlands, Austria, and other countries. Antique Beauty offers their customers exclusive antique furniture that will change their homes into a place full of passion. The furniture we present just to you is unique – tempts the real collectors with its authenticity. Antique furniture is often made of exotic wood, rare materials, and often has signatures of famous craftsmen or artists. In this exclusive collection, you will also find furniture decorated with precisely made intarsias, which emphasize its uniqueness and authenticity. Among the furniture, there are commodes, secretary desks, and cabinets – all mostly from the 19th century.

19th-Century Rosewood Secretary Desk

19th-Century Rosewood Secretary Desk

5 900,00 PLN
  • Circa
    Q4 of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    Western Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    rosewood
19th-Century Biedermeier Secretary Desk

19th-Century Biedermeier Secretary Desk

20 500,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 1st half of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    Scandinavia
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany and mahogany veneer
Oak Writing Desk of the Baroque Forms, ca. 1890 AFTER RENOVATION

Oak Writing Desk of the Baroque Forms, ca. 1890 AFTER RENOVATION

4 900,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1890
  • Country of origin
    Western Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    oak
18th-Century Lady's Secretary

18th-Century Lady's Secretary

7 300,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 2nd half of the 18th century
  • Country of origin
    France
  • Type of wood/material
    rosewood, rosewood and mahogany veneers
19th-Century Biedermeier Secretary Desk

19th-Century Biedermeier Secretary Desk

9 300,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 2nd half of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    Northern Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany veneer
18th-Century Empire Secretary

18th-Century Empire Secretary

7 800,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries
  • Country of origin
    France
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany veneer
Antique Secretary Desk, Circa 1840

Antique Secretary Desk, Circa 1840

25 500,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1840
  • Country of origin
    Germany
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany veneer
French Napoleon III Lady's Desk, Circa 1870, with Porcelain Tableau

French Napoleon III Lady's Desk, Circa 1870, with Porcelain Tableau

7 900,00 PLN
  • Circa
    Q3 of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    France
  • Height
    135 cm
19th-Century Karl Johan Secretary

19th-Century Karl Johan Secretary

6 600,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 1st half of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    Scandinavia
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany
19th-Century Lady’s Desk

19th-Century Lady’s Desk

8 900,00 PLN 9 700,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 2nd half of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    Great Britain
  • Type of wood/material
    rosewood veneer
Antique Secretary Desk, Circa the 19th Century

Antique Secretary Desk, Circa the 19th Century

6 500,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1840
  • Country of origin
    Western Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    elm
Secretary Desk in the Biedermeier Type

Secretary Desk in the Biedermeier Type

6 250,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1950
  • Country of origin
    Western Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany veneer
19th-Century Writing Desk in the Louis XV Style

19th-Century Writing Desk in the Louis XV Style

8 750,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1860
  • Country of origin
    France
  • Type of wood/material
    walnut and walnut veneer
Writing Desk in the Neo-Rococo Forms

Writing Desk in the Neo-Rococo Forms

5 390,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 1st half of the 20th century
  • Country of origin
    Western Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    oak
Biedermeier Secretary Desk, the 2nd Half of the 19th c.

Biedermeier Secretary Desk, the 2nd Half of the 19th c.

7 490,00 PLN
  • Circa
    the 2nd half of the 19th century
  • Country of origin
    Scandinavia
  • Type of wood/material
    pyramidal mahogany
Beautiful Biedermeier Secretary Desk, Circa 1880

Beautiful Biedermeier Secretary Desk, Circa 1880

8 900,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1880
  • Country of origin
    Western Europe
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany veneer
Unique Secretary Desk, Circa 1860, AFTER RENOVATION

Unique Secretary Desk, Circa 1860, AFTER RENOVATION

9 700,00 PLN
  • Circa
    1860
  • Country of origin
    Scandinavia
  • Type of wood/material
    mahogany

The Biedermeier style

This style was born as a response to the needs of the middle class – romantic artists referred to the style as “the art of townspeople for townspeople.” The furniture was to provide comfort during everyday activities – characterized by a simple style that was combined with functionality. The style made its mark especially on painting and sculpting. It is primarily visible in the furniture manufactured during that period. It became a response to the splendor of the Empire style. Furniture in the Biedermeier style stood in the houses of the middle class and in manor houses. Furniture from that period is very classic in form, and the decorations are over-moderate, which was liked by the bourgeois class. Furniture with class became common and made everyday life easier. With time, romantic art had a greater impact on the artistic finishing of the furniture. The Biedermeier style satiated furniture with an unrestrained profile and bolder adornments – the bourgeois’ need of comfort has been maintained. Today, the same furniture is considered exclusive and antique, and tempts collectors.

A secretaire, a cabinet, and a commode from the 19th century

In the Antique Beauty store, you will find a secretary desk manufactured in Western Europe in 1830. The piece of furniture is a manifestation of genius in the Biedermeier style – characterized by a straight line without exaggerated decorations. Made of coniferous wood, which was then veneered with mahogany. The secretaire is of a considerable size, has numerous drawers and compartments – looks great in a man’s office. The cabinet is a cabinet piece of furniture that has numerous compartments and drawers. This type of furniture was common between the 16th and the 18th century, and was used to store money, jewelry, weapons and other valuable accessories. Most often, it was placed on stands or commodes. Commodes, on the other hand, were used mostly to store less valuable items. In our store, you can find Moorish, Napoleon III, Boulle-type commodes, and other pieces from the 19th century. Our collection from the 19th century is distinguished by the high class of the furniture, and how well-kept it is. While visiting Antique Beauty, you can find old, stylish furniture that emphasizes the unique character of your home. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the wide offer of our online store. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us – we will answer all questions regarding our assortment, and we will advise every customer professionally! Enjoy successful shopping!

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