Charming desk called "Mazarin" Louis XIV period. It is decorated on all four sides. It features walnut veneer decor, walnut magnifying glass and elm burl with geometric motifs. The tray has a beak of corbin raised of black with a cross of malta. The sides are inlaid with diamonds.
It opens to seven domed drawers with a door in the central recess. It has two boxes that rests on console legs.
Work of Dauphiné
Walnut veneer, walnut burl, elm burl
late 17th century
Historical Annecdote : The "Mazarin" office that appeared in the 1660s is named after Cardinal Mazarin. He is the heir of the "changer's desk", which is among the very first furniture designed for writing work.
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75 000 €