11 June 1998
A LOUIS XVI ORMOLU-MOUNTED MAHOGANY AND VERNIS MARTIN CONSOLE DESSERT
By Georges Kintz
The pierced three-quarter galleried grey-veined white marble top above a central frieze drawer and simulated Nashiji panel and flanked by foliate panels and two further out swinging drawers with conforming panels on stop-fluted supports with chandelles joined by a galleried mahogany undertier, on fluted turned tapering legs with cap feet, with ink and pencil inscription to the back '2009' and 'No. 25', with a garde meuble label to the underside of the top inscribed 'Garde Meuble', 'Kun 2009' 'NR 25', restorations to the marble top, stamped 'G. Kintz'
16¼ in. (41 cm.) deep 34½ in. (88 cm.) high; 37½ in. (95 cm.) wide
Anonymous sale, Sotheby's London, 8 December 1995, lot 238 (£8,050).
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Georges Kintz, maître in 1776.
The vernis martin panels to the drawers are a later replacement.
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