Chest of drawers in rosewood and rosewood veneer with a slightly curved shape on the front, It opens with five drawers in four superimposed rows, the upper row divided into two juxtaposed drawers, Panel decoration in frieze in frames; The top with a large overflow presents a geometric and symmetrical decoration by contrasting rosewood frieze veneer in frames reminiscent of the so-called "Berain" ornamentation, Molded edge with corbin's beak surrounded by a polished brass mold, The Amounts extended by feet joined by a fretted crosspiece, The whole is embellished with gilded bronzes (locks, pull handles, falls, shoes and apron) very finely chiseled, and entirely original, Rare original condition Circa 1730, Condition report and technical photographs on request Attributed to Etienne Doirat (died 1732) The Canavalet museums, Rezidenzmuséum, The Huntington collection, preserved comparable works, Height: 81.5 cm Length: 126 cm Depth: 64.5 cm
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