Furniture opening on 2 doors in Boulle marquetry Louis XIV
Napoleon III period
Beautiful marquetry work with very brown inlay .
There are a lot of gilded bronzes :
- Important bronze with allegories of the Seasons: Ceres for the summer, Bacchus for the autumn, on the doors.
-They are also found under the baldachin in the center of the dormant panel.
-Bronze incongruous on "rosette angles".
-The imposing hinge hinges
On the low apron
- lamp end with roses bronze
- embedded ingot molds
Sides embellished with important bronze masks in the center and corner roses.
beautiful interior in ebony, with 2 shelves.
Black Royal marble cabinet in perfect condition.
Key and locks origins.
Although we have not found a significant stamp, this piece of furniture can be attributed to Béfort Jeune according to the symbolism of the season's bronze.
.Béfort Jeune, Mathieu born in Paris on February 15, 1813, another son of Jean Bapiste. He was also cabinetmaker-marquetry specialist as his father in the manufacture of Boulle furniture and rosewood with mosaïque and bronzes. It is mainly his works that reappear now. There are several special collections: G. Galvet, Lèveque, Lécoules.article pages 47 to 49
Dimensions : height: 121 cm depth: 52 cm width: 132 cm
Delevery information :
Delivery France and worldwide by specialized carriers.
29 000 €