21 - 22 October 2010
A LOUIS XV LACQUERED-BRASS-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD, FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY AND PARQUETRY ENCOIGNURE
BY LEONARD BOUDIN, CIRCA 1765
The later bow-fronted molded brêche d'alèp marble top above a door with Greek key border and floral basket marquetry panel, above three short cabriole legs, with rocaille angle mounts, sabots and central apron mount, L900 in red chalk, re-mounted.
35 in. (89 cm.) high, 26½ in. (67,5 cm.) wide, 19½ in. (49,5 cm.) deep
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 18 October 2002, lot 584.
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