Cabinet on base inlaid stained wood, kingwood, ivory on a base of red tortoiseshell opening on the front by two leaves and twelve drawers framed with guilloche.
The marquetry of the facades and sides is arranged symmetrically in reserves of ivory nets; the decorations enriched with ivory flowers.
In the center a low drawer decorated with birds perched around flowering branches supports the tabernacle-shaped leaves flanked by twisted columns, their center inlaid with flowers in a vase, they are crowned with a pediment under which slides a drawer, they discover a theatrical perspective painted with flowers, checkerboard floor, pedestal, mirrors, silver and gold half-balusters.
The drawers adorned with rose leaves from which flowering branches come out.
Inlaid sides of a large bouquet in a vase flanked by small wrapped bunches and on both sides of five wreaths.
The base or is arranged a row of two drawers is supported by six feet in Tuscan order columns connected by a spacer decorated with leaves and flowering branches.
Ornamentation of chiseled and gilded bronzes.
Louis XIV France around 1665.
To be closely related to the work of the cabinetmaker Pierre Gole
3 000 €
Price : on request
11 500 €