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A Fine and Important Pedestal Cupboard in the Louis XIV Manner by Henry Dasson

Constructed in book-matched and cross banded kingwood, dressed with excellently cast, chased and gilded bronze mounts; rising from swept ormolu feet centering about a cinquefoil mount, the inverted tapered body having a detailed martial trophy within a central ormolu reserve, and a female mask over; two lockable shelved cupboards to each side, with a platform of Grand Antique marble from the Ariege region of France within an ormolu frame. Stamped by the maker, 'Henry Dasson 1888'.

French, Circa 1870

Dimensions

H: 66 in / 168 cm | W: 21.5 in / 54 cm | D: 13.5 in / 34 cm

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Condition report

Excellent

Stock number

8985
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