London, South Kensington
25 September 2007
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL WALNUT AND ELM BUFFET A DEUX CORPS
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
Panelled throughout and with beaded cartouches and roundels, the upper section with an arched foliate cornice and a serpentine frieze centred by a clock and with shelves and panelled cupboards to each side, the base with three drawers, a herringbone banded frieze and three doors divided by fluted stiles and with a shaped apron and carved feet, the clock face inscribed 'PEROT LAISSE'
118in. (300cm.) high; 69in. (175cm.) wide; 23in. (59cm.) deep
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