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An Impressive Marquetry Inlaid Cabinet.

In the Louis XIV Manner of André-Charles Boulle.

Constructed in ebony and ormolu, adorned in première-partie inlay work of engraved brass and pewter; rising from tapering toursade feet; the breakfront façade presenting a central door with an ormolu frame composed of lion's paw feet, a mask of Apollo, and a canopied surmount from which ribbon-tied bronze musical trophies are suspended flanking a marquetry panel in the manner of Jean Bérain; the door opening up to reveal a mahogany-lined and shelved interior; the flanking panels and sides of the cabinet exhibiting exquisite marquetry work of rinceaux, and geometric foliates; the whole surmounted with a Campan marble top.

French, circa 1870.

Dimensions

Dimensions: H: 51 in / 129 cm  |  W: 63 in / 160 cm  |  D: 17.5 in / 45 cm

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Condition report

Excellent condition

Stock number

9535
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