Inlaid Louis XV secretary bearing the stamp of the Parisian cabinetmaker Léonard Boudin, became Master March 4, 1761.
It has a front drawer, a flap and two doors inlaid rosewood and violet wood.
It is adorned with an elegant motif called "butterfly wings".
Inside there are steps and six small curved drawers. The interior of the seat is covered with brown leather.
A "royal red" marble crowns this secretary with refined proportions.
The base in slight withdrawal is based on elegant curved legs.
France, Parisian work
Stamped twice "L. BOUDIN" and "JME" (Jurande Master Cabinetmakers) on the right amount
Rosewood, violet wood
Delevery information :
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