From the Louis XV period, with marquetry in perfect condition, many storage spaces, even secret, this scriban is attributed to Nicolas Couleru, one of the most gifted cabinetmakers of his generation.
The scriban is a piece of furniture secretary, of Dutch origin, which appears around the XVIIth.
Its name would mean, desk to write.
It is a writing piece of furniture, surmounted by a part, most often a bookcase, but also with niches or drawers, some of which are secret.
Abraham Nicolas Couleur (1716-1812) is a cabinetmaker of the Duke of Wutemberg, from a great line of craftsmen. He will follow in Paris in 1739, a training in marquetry work, which will become the characteristic of his furniture.
A refinement, with flowers and songbirds that amaze the spectators by the finesse of the execution. The offices of slopes and scriban, represents half of the furniture of his production.
bas : 92 x 48 (ouvert 83) x 93
haut : 104 x 92 (av corn 102,5) x 18,5 (av corn 24)
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