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A Fine Pair of Cabinets by Henry Dasson

Constructed in amaranth and amboyna, and dressed with high quality ormolu bronze mounts, and Verdun Breccia marble platforms; rising from tapering cylindrical toupie feet supporting rectangular plinths having radiused everted angles, with tapering fluted side columns housed by ormolu capitols and bases; the lockable doors having oriental lacquer panels of landscapes on dark grounds, enclosing shelved interiors; lockable drawers in each apron, with conforming lacquer panel fascias enclosed within ormolu frames; running stiff leaf moulding to the tops, enclosing marble platforms with slight thumbnail angles. Stamped to the tops of the carcasses by the maker 'Henry Dasson'.
French, Circa 1880


H: 42 in / 107 cm  |  W: 32 in / 81.5 cm  |  D: 19 in / 48.5 cm

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