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Small "buffet de chasse" stamped Dellenooz, between 1737 and 1754
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Ref : 64894
12 500 €
Period :
18th century
Artist :
Lambert Dellenooz
Dimensions :
L. 46.85 inch X H. 37.6 inch X P. 23.43 inch
Furniture  - Small "buffet de chasse" stamped Dellenooz, between 1737 and 1754 18th century - Small "buffet de chasse" stamped Dellenooz, between 1737 and 1754  - Small "buffet de chasse" stamped Dellenooz, between 1737 and 1754 Antiquités - Small "buffet de chasse" stamped Dellenooz, between 1737 and 1754
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Small "buffet de chasse" stamped Dellenooz, between 1737 and 1754

Small hunting buffet in solid oak resting on plinth.
It opens with two doors facade molded hat gendarme.
Two shelves inside.
Wearing a thick red marble from the Pyrenees in Bec de Corbin.
Beautiful execution quality for this hunting buffet.
Entirely of origin except the posterior lock (XIX).

Stamped Dellenooz and JME.
Eighteenth time, between 1737 and 1754.

Originally from the Netherlands, Lambert Dellenooz is a carpenter-cabinetmaker born around 1700. He works in his early Faubourg Saint Antoine. Master January 19, 1737, he moved rue Traversière and produces oak furniture and walnut. He is one of the few master cabinetmakers producing hunting buffets like François Franc or Adrien-Antoine Gosselin. It provides some great mercer mercers including the famous cabinetmaker Pierre Migeon.

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