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Porcelain, Scuptures, paintings and european Fine Arts, 18th and 19th century
“Dresse d’appui” furniture, bearing the mark of Mathieu Béfort (1816 – active until 1880), known as BEFORT JEUNE. Beautiful furniture in black veneer, the door is adorned with marquetry of marbles, “Pietra dura”. Rich bronze ornamentation, like the frieze of styled flowers and grape fruit, frieze of acanthus leaves. Foliage on the door sides ending with busts of women. On the sides, masks of men topped with foliage. Base plinth cut out. Topped with a black marble from Belgium.
Size: H 133cm x W 104cm x D 47cm
French work between 1844 and 1880.
Liter: Mathieu Béfort, known as Béfort Jeune (1813-1880), son of the famous Parisian cabinetmaker Jean-Baptiste Béfort works from 1844 to 1880 in rue Neuve Saint-Gilles. He produced “Boulle” furniture and Louis XIV style cabinets.
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