Solid mahogany and mahogany veneer Louis XVI Barbière
Richly decorated with baguettes, flutes and plates surrounded by brass fillets
Stamped F SCHEY*.
Opening with three drawers in the lower part and a window surrounded by two fluted columns
Mechanism of the mirror with rack (original mercury mirror)
White marble top with a bowl and two sliding drawers on the sides
Spinning top legs decorated with a gilded bronze collar mounted on casters
Original bronzes, locks and key
Varnished with a buffer
In perfect condition
*Fidelys SCHEY (died July 29, 1788), who was received as master cabinetmaker in Paris on February 5, 1777. Born in the duchy of Baden, he moved to Paris in the late 1760s or early 1780s, and opened his workshop on rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, in the neighborhood favored by furniture makers of the time. In spite of the brevity of his career, he made many pieces of furniture in the Transitional and Louis XVI styles of very good quality and quickly became famous, allowing him to work for the Crown's furniture guard by delivering in 1786 some game tables for the Fontainebleau castle.
Delevery information :
Delivery in France and worldwide.
France: between 50 and 250 euros depending on the size and destination.
For overseas please contact us.
Secure packaging with insurance
7 800 €