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
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45 000 €