Very rare cabinet secretary veneer satinwood.
It opens a small drawer, a flap discovering a paper-weight four small drawers and bottom drawer long.
It is based on elegant fluted tapered legs joined by a curved strut front and singing around a gallery repercée.
It is covered with a gray veined white marble and cast brass gallery repercée.
The decoration of bronzes (escutcheons, pull rings of different diameters, with openings rings, beaded shoes, frames in melted flowerbed and pearls) whose refinement and virtuosity is matched the perfection of their chasing.
As for the frames, they accentuate the architectural line and subdivision of furniture.
This piece of exquisite refinement and proportions with great exactness represents the elegance of Parisian cabinet of Louis XVI at its peak.
- All original bronzes non-regilded
- Locks, Compass and original leather
- Furniture refinished pad
It bears the stamp of Andrew Schuman received mastery October 5, 1771
27 000 €
11 500 €