21 - 22 November 2007
A BIEDERMEIER MAHOGANY HAREWOOD, AND SATINWOOD SECRETAIRE-CABINET
The upper section with a pierced gallery above a door enclosing a drawer flanked by white marble pilasters and short drawers, with a green velvet-lined slide above a fall-front enclosing a fitted interior above two long drawers on tapering legs, with ivory key escutcheons, the gallery with minor damage
79 in. (201 cm.) high; 41 in. (105 cm.) wide; 18¾ in. (47.5 cm.) deep
Purchased from Juan Portela Antiques, Paris.
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