A mahogany and ebony chest of drawers, the front with a slight central projection opens with three drawers in a belt and two drawers separated by a crossbar. Each drawer has an ebony frame that is also found on the uprights rounded at the corners. It rests on spinning feet.
White marble top.
Jean-Georges Kobiersky (1760 - 1822) born in Copenhagen where his father was a cabinetmaker;
Little known cabinetmaker, he settled in Paris before 1789, married Marie-Françoise Formy in 1792, niece of Jules Hardouin Mansart
It remained Place de la Porte Saint-Antoine during the Revolution. Then 233 rue Saint Martin at the time of the marriage of his colleague Jean Georges Ott in 1815 until his death.
He undertook the manufacture of luxury cardboard makers, and the furniture repository ordered several works from him.
He also delivers tables and corners for the Château de Saint Cloud
He closed his workshop during the revolution.
120 000 €
6 200 €