Furniture

  - Bureau en pente (lady’s secretaire)

Bernard II van Risen Burgh, named B.V.R.B. (Master in 1730) attrib.

Bureau en pente (lady’s secretaire)


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745/55
H. 83 cm, W. 75 cm, D. 45 cm

  - Bonheur du jour

Daniel De Loose (master 1767, ob. 1788)

Bonheur du jour


Paris, Louis XVI period, c. 1775
Stamped 'D.Deloose' and 'JME'

H. 93 cm (37.01 in.), w. 71 cm (27.56 in.), d. 42 cm (41.5 in.)

  - Commode, so-called commode à la grecque

André Louis Gilbert (Paris 1746-1809 Paris; Meister 1774) und Antoine Gosselin (Sarton 1731-1794 Pa

Commode, so-called commode à la grecque

Paris, Louis XV/Louis XVI period (Transition), c. 1770
Stamped "A·L·GILBERT", "A·GOSSELIN" and "JME" (twice)

h. 87 cm, w. 126 cm, d. 57 cm

Jacques Dubois - Black lacquer commode

Jacques Dubois (Pontoise 1694 - 1763 Paris, Meister 1742)

Black lacquer commode


Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745/50
Stamped „IDUBOIS“, „JME“ and „DF“ (twice)

h. 84 cm, w. 108 cm, d. 58 cm

Jacques Dubois - Black lacquer writing desk ("bureau en pente")

Jacques Dubois (1694-1763)

Black lacquer writing desk ("bureau en pente")

Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1745/49

Stamped 'IDUBOIS' and 'JME'
Corpus: oak, spruce; French lacquer
Panels: Southern Chinese Export ware: natural-coloured lacquer decorated with different coloured lacquer and oil colour
Mounts: bronze, cast, chased, fire-gilded (stamped "C couronné")
Fitted with: brown, gold-tooled morocco leather

H. 90.5 cm (901/2 in.), w. 72 cm (281/4 in.), d. 42 cm (161/2 in.)

Nicolas Petit - A pair of commodes (known as commodes galbées)

Nicolas Petit (Chaource 1732 - 1791 Paris)

A pair of commodes (known as commodes galbées)

Paris, Louis XV period, c. 1760–65

Stamped “N·PETIT” and “JME”
Frame: oak, pine
Veneers: satiné, amaranth, maple, ilex, boxwood, and various fruitwoods, coloured in part
Mounts: bronze, cast, chased, gilded
Top: brèche de Médous jaune

H. 89 cm (351/16 in.), W. 140 cm (551/8 in.), D. 67 cm (263/8 in.) each

  - Commode Mazarine au jasmin

Commode Mazarine au jasmin


Attributed to the Workshop of Renaud Gaudron († 1727, since 1686 cabinet-maker to the French crown)
Paris, Louis XIV period, ca. 1710

Oak, veneered with stained pear, various fruitwoods, ash, burl wood, tropical woods; bone inlay; fire-gilt bronze mounts
H. 86 cm, W. 132 cm, D. 70 cm

  - Console table

Console table

France, Louis XIV period, c. 1700–1720

Walnut, carved, gilded, table-top of Sarrancolin marble Duc d‘Antin
H. 82.5 cm (32½ in.), L. 104 cm (41 in.), D. 52 cm (20½ in.)

  - Pair of Rococo console tables

Pair of Rococo console tables


South German, presumably Munich, c. 1730

Limewood, carved and gilded, rouge griotte marble top
H. 75 cm, W. 104 cm, D. 46 cm

Jacques Dubois - An ormolu-mounted amaranth-marquetry bureau plat

Jacques Dubois (1694-1763, master 1742)

An ormolu-mounted amaranth-marquetry bureau plat


Paris, Louis XV period, ca 1745/50

H. 78 cm, w. 149,5 cm, d. 86,5 cm

  - An important Dresden Rococo writing cabinet

An important Dresden Rococo writing cabinet


Michael Kimmel (attributed), electoral-royal cabinetmaker (“Cabinett-Tischler”)
Dresden ca. 1750/60

  - A baroque marble fountain

A baroque marble fountain


France, mid 18th century

Marbre rouge royale des Ardennes belges
H. 227 cm, w. 86 cm, d. 68 cm

  - Marquetry table à écrire

Jean-Pierre Latz (ca. 1691-1754)

Marquetry table à écrire


Paris, Louis XV period, ca. 1750

Stamped I.P.LATZ
Oak carcase veneered with rosewood, amaranth and satinwood, ormolu sabots, ink and pounce pots in silver (marked PL for Pierre Leplain, Parisian assay stamp 1795–97, Rosenberg3 6560)
H. 68.5 cm (27 ins.), W. 55 cm (21½ ins.), D. 38 cm (15 ins.)

David Roentgen - Table de toilette or “coiffeuse”

David Roentgen (Herrenhag i.d. Wetterau 11.8.1743 - Wiesbaden 12.2.1807)

Table de toilette or “coiffeuse”


Roentgen manufactory, Neuwied, 1770/75

Stained maple (“bois de tabac”) and other light veneer woods, rosewood, carcase in oak and pine, cedar, cherry, brass, iron, ormolu mounts, silver
H. 77 cm, W. 91 cm, D. 63.5 cm

Abraham Roentgen - Architect's table

Abraham Roentgen (1711 - 1793)

Architect's table


Neuwied, ca. 1765

Joseph Gengenbach, genannt Canabas - Pair of Three-Shelf Dessert Tables

Joseph Gengenbach, called Canabas (1712 - 1797)

Pair of Three-Shelf Dessert Tables


Paris, Louis XVI period, ca. 1780

Stamped “J. CANABAS”
Mahogany carcase, mahogany veneer (acajou de Cuba)
H. 102 cm, W. 59 cm, D. 46.5 cm


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