19 October 2006
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A LOUIS XV POLYCHROME-DECORATED FRUITWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE
CIRCA 1760, STAMPED 'GOSSELIN' AND INDISTINCTLY 'DELORME' AND 'JME'
The shaped rectangular top painted with a hunting scene with two dogs running within a landscape, the front with a pull-out leather-lined writing slide over two drawers and painted sans traverse with garlands of flowers including roses and tulips, the sides similarly painted with floral sprays, the right side with a further drawer fitted for writing implements, on cabriole legs ending in foliate-cast sabots, stamped on the upper drawer and side drawer
28¾ in. (73 cm.) high, 12¾ in. (32.5 cm.) wide, 10 in. (25.5 cm.) deep
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Antoine Gosselin, maître in 1752.
Adrien Delorme, maître in 1748 (probably in the capacity of a marchand).
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