London, South Kensington
11 June 2003
A LOUIS XVI KINGWOOD, TULIPWOOD AND PALISANDER SEMI- ELLIPTICAL CONSOLE TABLE
By J P Letellier
With a grey variegated marble top, a frieze drawer and an undertier below, on brass mounted turned tapering legs, with brass toupie feet, the legs repaired, stamped to the table top 'J.P. LETELLIER/JME'
32in. (81cm.) high, 31½in. (80cm.) wide, 13in. (33cm.) deep
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Jacques Pierre Letellier received maitre in 1767, was the son of Jacques Pierre Letelier or Letellier and practised as an ebeniste.
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