Child's or young girl Bureau de pente in oak painted polychrome on yellow bottom with decoration of monkeys and birds in reserves surrounded by scrolls of acanthus leaves.
The front opens with a sinuous flap, a top pencil box and two drawers with floral decoration.
It rests on four arched and curved legs vigorously underlined by a double molding and ending with a leaf going up on the foot (this construction is found on seats stamped by this cabinetmaker)
Our desk is in excellent condition with its legs intact.
This piece of furniture is originally painted but we have restored the painting by taking back the partially erased decorations
This piece of furniture is stamped in three different places.
Félix LEROY, furniture maker in Paris. Received master on February 17, 1749. He practiced then rue d'Olery until the end of the reign of LXV. His productions are signed F. LEROY.
MR the duke of la Roche Guyon kept in his family castle various works that Felix Leroy provided him for this residence in the last period of his activity.
His works appear only rarely in public sales (extract from the French Furniture of the XVIIIth)
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By specialized carrier for long distance.
By myself with a delivery package for shorter distances