H: 56 in / 142 cm | W: 28.5 in / 72 cm | D: 14.5 in / 37 cmDescription
In the Louis XV-XVI Transitional style, of kingwood and tulipwood cross-banding and ormolu mounts. The upper part with a cavetto frieze above a glass shelf enclosed by bevelled glass with a single door to the front, between canted angles decorated with trailing flowers. The lower part fitted with two drawers behind a lozenge parquetry panelled door applied with ribband floral garlands, between trailing flower decorated canted angles. On cabriole legs and paw sabots with Fleur de Peche marble top.
French, Circa 1880.
French, Circa 1880
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