Lot 62

■~ TWO-BODY CABINET, SOUTH GERMAN BAROQUE EPOQUE, SECOND HALF OF THE XVIIth CENTURY
In ebony, Rio rosewood, espenille and mustouchy veneer, elephant ivory
filets and Boulle marquetry in pewter and
copper counterpart on a tortoiseshell base, opening at the top with two
projecting leaves and eight drawers, the central theatre with a glass bottom decorated with
columns and balusters housing a female statuette, opening at the
bottom by nine drawers in three rows, the base resting on four
tapered uprights with cut-off sides and decorated with large festoons, joined by a spacer
plate and finished with flattened ball feet ; the ring of the left front
foot, which has an uneven
H.: 171 cm. (67⅓ in.); L. 123 cm. (48½ in.); P. 54 cm. (21¼ in.) |

US$3,400-5,600 | £2,800-4,600

PROVENANCE
Private collection in Paris.
A BAROQUE EBONY AND RIO ROSEWOOD BOULLE MARQUETRY CABINET, GERMAN, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY
Lot transferred to an outside warehouse. You will find information about storage costs and the collection address in our General Terms and Conditions of Sale.
The lot includes material of endangered species, which could lead to export restrictions. See section H2(b) of the General
Conditions of Sale.

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