Large Louis XVI late-century desk in carved and varnished blackened pearwood, rectangular in shape, opening on one side with two juxtaposed drawers, centered by an overhanging cul-de-lampe, adorned with an elegant drapery supported by solid rings. The sharp-edged linear belt features brass quarter-rounds on all sides. It is joined to the base by connecting dowels adorned with sculpted plant motifs. It rests on a base with four square-section legs. Each of these is adorned with filleted flutes and terminates in carved acanthus flower hooves resting on a small flattened bronze ball-shaped cap, while the top is punctuated by a trilogy of discs, crowned by a plain convex ring. The whole set is topped by a large tray with emboiture, sheathed in gilded morocco embossed with grecques and rais de ruban.
Dimensions: height 74.3cm, from base of belt to floor 63.3cm - width 85.3cm - length 158.4cm
This imposing flat desk was used by aristocrats, notables, doctors, ministers and other businessmen in the 18th century.
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General conditions of sale and delivery: The price indicated on the ad includes the delivery throughout the metropolitan France. For Germany, Belgium, Italy or Spain contact us for a quote. For the United States, Europe outside the EU or the rest of the world contact us for a quote but the import taxes applicable in each country remain at your expense. The packing and the follow-up of the transport are insured by ourselves or by professional carriers specialized in works of art.
5 800 €