Its belt opens with a mahogany drawer, framed by a gilt bronze rod, ebony and brass fillets. It is furnished with two drooping pull handles decorated with finely chiseled and gilded rosettes and a long finely chiseled gilt bronze keyhole.
The angles of the belt are decorated with gilt bronze tops and its sides are in mahogany framed with gilt bronze strips and ebony and brass net.
This console rests on four fluted brass columns ending in gilt bronze rings.
The whole is connected by two crotch shelves in mahogany and in ebony and brass nets.
The bottom of its shelves is solid mahogany.
It rests on four spinning tops, rings and clogs in gilded bronze.
Its Carrara marble top is surrounded by a gilded and openwork bronze gallery.
ADAM WEISWEILER (1744 - June 15, 1820) received master on March 26, 1778
Our console is to join the cabinetmaker Adam Weisweiler by its architecture, its quality of mahogany, the quality of its bronzes, an original decoration, finely chiseled and gilded as well as the particularity of its corner tops, characteristic of this cabinetmaker.