Small flat desk in rosewood and amaranth.
The violin top with a gilded leather with a small iron framed with rosewood veneer and a gilded and molded bronze belt on three sides.
The curved and scalloped belt opens on the front with three rosewood and amaranth drawers separated by a small net.
The back decorated with simulated drawers.
Very beautiful chiseled and gilded bronze trim on the front and on the sides.
It rests on four curved legs decorated with openwork, chiseled and gilded bronze scraps, astragalus emphasizing the contours, and gilt bronze hooves.
Work from the Louis XV period attributed to Pierre Garnier (1720-1800), master December 31, 1742
77cm H x 114cm W x 59cm D
This desk is similar to that which appears P384 in Pierre Kjellberg, French furniture of the XVIIIth century, dictionary of cabinetmakers and carpenters. Note in particular the similarity of bronze.
Pierre Garnier is recognized as one of the greatest cabinetmakers of the 18th century and counted among his customers very important figures from the kingdom who placed him in numerous orders (Duchesse de Mazarin, Marquis de Marigny, etc.)
85 000 €
Price : on request