A Louis XVI console in mahogany and tulipwood by Bernard Molitor.
Decorated with bronze flutes and rods, this console sums up the Louis XVI style of the years 1785-1790.
A similar console is illustrated in the following works:
Leben, Ulrich: "Molitor, cabinetmaker from Louis XVI to Louis XVIII", Saint-Rémy-en-L'Eau, Ed. D'Art Monelle Hayot, 1992.
Bizot, Chantal: "Mobilier Directoire Empire", Paris, Ed. Massin, p. 17.
Condition report: Restored in June 2020, upper marble changed
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