19 October 2006
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A LOUIS XVI ORMOLU-MOUNTED MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE
LATE 18TH CENTURY, ADAPTED
The circular ormolu-banded divided top sliding open at the center to reveal a hinged compartment enclosing a mirror and three concealed drawers, over a fluted baluster stem on a rectangular platform and arched curved legs with mille raie panels, the base probably later and bearing probably spurious stamp to the underside of triangular platform 'JF LELEU'
29¼ in. (74.5 cm) high, 20¾ (50 cm.) wide, 20½ in. (52 cm.) deep
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Jean-François Leleu, maître in 1764.
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