Large and elegant console in solid mahogany and mahogany veneer from the Louis XVI period.
It rests on four ''spinning top'' feet decorated with gilded bronze rings.
The spindle columns at the front as well as the square section columns at the rear have dark brass flutes.
This server opens to a drawer on the front highlighted with a molded bronze framing strip as well as a blackened pear wood fillet. The lock is original and has its ''cloverleaf'' key.
The four legs are connected by a mahogany crotch shelf inlaid with veined gray-white marble.
The marble top in the same tone is set in an openwork gallery in gilded bronze.
Note the very beautiful ornamentation in bronze and brass arranged on the three faces: rings, grooves, openwork gallery, frieze with a Greek motif, and very pretty scrapers with intertwined round motifs.
The ornamentation of very good quality of execution of this console invites us to attribute it to a prestigious cabinetmaker of the end of the 18th century such as Bernard Molitor received Master in 1787.
L.135 cm x D. 48 cm x H. 90 cm
Mahogany, bronze, brass
Late 18th century
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12 000 €