29 - 30 November 2012
A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED AMARANTH, TULIPWOOD AND BOIS SATINE BUREAU PLAT
BY CLAUDE REVAULT, CIRCA 1755
With three drawers and opposing sham drawers, the sides with applied foliate mounts, stamped C*REVAULT twice and JME four times, inscribed in red with museum accession number 60.100, printed Chenue transport label, the bronzes regilt, possibly originally lacquered
30 in. (76 cm.) high, 70¼ in. (178.5 cm.) high, 33¼ in. (84.5 cm.) deep
Gift of Carrie Moss Halle, Shaker Heights, Ohio, 1960.
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