In mahogany and flamed mahogany veneer, gray veined white marble bowl top surmounted by an octagonal-shaped psyche and framed by six candlesticks, sash decorated with chiseled and gilded bronze depicting a laurel wreath and two lyres opening with two drawers deploying with compartments, by means of an ingenious push-button system, the drawers can be swiveled outwards allowing better access to the back of the drawers.
Anterior uprights in volute console ending in claw feet and decorated with lotus leaves, rear feet in sheath linked by a spacer.
the JACOB stamp. D. R. MESLEE is used by Georges Jacob (1735-1814) and his son François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841) from 1803 to 1813.
A very similar dressing table is found at the Château de Compiègne in the prince's double apartment, large bedroom (see photo 4), bearing the same stamp.
28 000 €