Anton Venoir Interiors based in Australia and Europe, specialize in fine French antiques, decorative art objects and French interior decorations. Our pieces date from the 17th Century to the 19th Century Louis XIV, Regence, Louis XV, Louis XVI.
Our distinguished collection is a selection of the most representative Paris and Provincial Regions throughout France. Each piece has been carefully studied and assessed and chosen by founder Tony Venios, with Anna Venios.
An 18th Century Louis XV/XVI Transitional Ormolu – Mounted Mahogany, Rosewood and Kingwood Commode, by Etienne Avril. Circa 1770
An 18th Century, Louis XV period Arc-En-Arbalète, Giltwood Console Table. Circa 1740-1745
An 18th Century, Louis XV Period, Arc-En-Arbalète Giltwood Console Table. Circa 1740 – 1750
A Pair of 18th Century Louis XV Provincial Fauteuils a La Reine. Circa 1730
A 19th Century Empire, Mythological, Ormolu, Mantle Clock of Eros, signed Navrancourt as a Brest. Circa 1815-1830
A 19th Century Louis Xvi Bronze – Ormolu three piece Clock Garniture Paris, by A.D Mougin. Circa 1860 – 1870
An 18th Century Regence Period, Ormolu Mounted, Boulle Marquetry Cartel, by Des. Maret A Laon. Circa 1720
18th Century, Regence Period Boulle Bracket Clock, signed Doyen a Paris. Circa 1715
Parisian Salon specialising in the most beautiful French antiques with lessons on French history and private viewings.
For the collector, interior designer and architect looking for investment or significant pieces for contemporary interiors, French antiques do deserve attention…
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The delight of a “VIP” invitation is always welcome, and armed with mine, courtesy of a generous Melbourne-based dealer, I made my way with great anticipation, to the 2015 Melbourne Antiques Fair (7 to 10 May), held at the world heritage classified Royal Exhibition Buildings in the Carlton Gardens.
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