Beautiful corner cabinet in marquetry, opening a door. Decorated with chiseled and gilded bronze, it is topped with a molded white marble with cavet. Beautiful marquetry of simulated flutes, the door with central projection is veneered with satin, decorated in the center of a large jagged rosette in amaranth in a framing of nets with 4 small rosettes in the 4 corners. The structure is entirely in oak. Stamped by Charles Topino and stamped JME, early Louis XVI period, circa 1780.
Luxury furniture, extremely refined. All the details are well taken care of including the hidden parts which are usually neglected : inside of the doors veneered with oak
Charles Topino, master in 1773, is one of the greatest French cabinet makers of the 18th century. His works are present in the most important museums (Musée des Arts Décoratifs - Paris, Musée Cognacq-Jay, Musée Nissim de Camondo, Wallace Collection, Musée des Arts Décoratifs de Lyon...) and the most prestigious private collections.
Excellent condition, furniture completely restored by our cabinetmaker with a superb varnish with the stamp redone to new.
Width in front : 70cm
Depth : 51cm
Total height : 90cm
Price : on request