Exceptional secretary known as "in Cabinet", rectangular in shape with projections and cut sides, in precious wood veneer and lacquer panels.
It opens with a drawer, in its upper part, by a central flap revealing five compartments and five drawers and by two leaves, in its lower part, discovering a fitted interior with two compartments and two drawers.
It is based on cutaway uprights adorned with simulated grooves.
Its three faces are adorned with lacquer panels decorated with lake landscapes in frames.
It presents a rich ornamentation of very finely chiseled and gilded bronze such as: friezes with interlacing and florets, triglyphs with drops, garlands of laurel twists, moldings with projections, keyholes, rosettes and leafy apron.
White veined marble top
Stamp of Pierre-Harry Mewesen
Received Master, March 26, 1766
32 000 €
16 500 €
Price : on request