Bookcase in ebony veneer and pewter inlays.
It opens on the flat front, with four leaves applied to the uprights with sharp angles, superimposed two by two, the two upper with glass frames, surrounded by gilded bronze, the two lower with solid panels.
Sides with smooth sides. It rests on a protruding entablature with four loaf feet decorated with bronze and it is capped with a molded and rounded cornice, overflowing.
A molding in chased and gilded bronze separates the two rows of leaves.
Rich decorations inlaid with arabesques and scrolls, pewter friezes on ebony background in the taste of André Charles BOULLE.
Louis XIV period