Small Louis XV display case in rosewood veneer and amaranth wood from the 18th century, stamped A. Levesque (Albert Levesque received Master on February 17, 1749).
It opens in front by a screen door revealing three rays.
This small living room furniture rests on a slightly curved base
Marble '' Rouge Royal '' underlined by a bec-de-corbin molding.
We will notice its small proportions which contribute with charm to its elegance.
Dimensions: H. 125cm x L. 71cm x D. 39cm
Stamped '' A. LEVESQUE '' and '' JME '' (for Jurande of Master Cabinetmakers)
Rosewood and amaranth wood
XVIII ° period
Albert Levesque, master on February 17, 1749, held a free craftsman's workshop on rue du Faubourg-Saint-Antoine, near rue Saint-Nicolas in Paris.
This cabinetmaker produced small pieces of furniture, dressing tables, and a few chests of drawers.
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