Attributed to Jean-Pierre Dausautoy
In rosewood veneer framed with friezes of small cubes, green-tinted wood and boxwood fillets, it opens with three drawers, the first of which forms a writing desk.
It stands on four curved legs joined by a kidney-shaped crotch shelf and finished with sabots.
Top in Brocatelle yellow marble from the Jura region, underlined by an openwork gallery.
Jean-Pierre Dusautoy (Master September 1, 1779)
Parisian cabinetmaker, born in 1751
This craftsman owned a workshop on rue de Charonne, where he worked for the rest of his life.
He produced light furniture in the late Louis XV, then Transition style, decorated with veneer or marquetry framed by contrasting wood fillets. His most typical work is a small oval table with curved legs and an indented crotch shelf.
4 400 €