London, South Kensington
1 May 2008
CHAUVE-SOURIS A ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT MARQUETRY AND CARVED ÉTAGÈRE, CIRCA 1900
each tier of quatre-lobe form, the top inset with bats and a crescent moon, middle tier inlaid with flowers, united by tapering curved and foliate carved supports, inlaid signature Gallé
41in. (104.2 cm.) high; 23½in. (59.7 cm.) wide; 18¾in. (47.5 cm.) deep
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