31 March 2016
A LOUIS XV KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD SIDE CABINET
BY LEONARD BOUDIN, CIRCA 1760
With shaped breche d'Alep marble top above a fitted frieze drawer and tambour door, above a pair of cupboard doors, with French & Co. number 14326 to top drawer, stamped twice L. BOUDIN to back rail, remounted
29 ½ in. (75 cm.) high, 19 ¼ in. (49 cm.) wide, 13 in. (33 cm.) deep
With French & Company, New York.
Sold to Edouard Jonas, in 1927.
Eugenia Woodward Hitt Collection.
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