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Encoignure estampillée Héricourt
Encoignure estampillée Héricourt - Furniture Style Louis XVI
Ref : 70776
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Period :
18th century
Artist :
Medium :
Satin wood, bronze, marble
Dimensions :
l. 25.2 inch X H. 35.43 inch X P. 29.13 inch
Furniture  - Encoignure estampillée Héricourt
Philippe Delpierre

Furniture and Works of Art from the 17th, 18th and early 19th century

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Encoignure estampillée Héricourt

Corner of rounded shape in satin veneer opening by two leaves with slats and a drawer in belt adorned with a bronze in the shape of Greek.
Two astragals in chased and gilded bronze ensure the separation between the drawer and the base.
Falls, masks on the feet and lamp-head in chased and gilded bronze.

A pair of similar corners was part of the collection C.Perrier, sale Drouot June 14, 1912, No. 70

Antoine Héricourt received master on October 20, 1773.
When he died on December 16, 1790, Héricourt was declared a cabinetmaker and worked in a house with two shops rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, No. 18.
All the goods forming his business are evaluated by two cabinetmakers: Jean Caumont and Conrad Mauter.
The list of his clients would be long, but it must nevertheless be remembered that he provided the Hotel des Menus in 1785, 1786, 1787 for large sums, as well as the countesses of Gramont and Duras, the Prince de Marsan, the duke of Bethune and the "fermier général" Mazières du Breuil.

Philippe Delpierre



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