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Piece of furniture in marquetry decorated with trophies of musical instruments, opening to a door in the Louis XV style
Aleppo breccia marble top
Ornamentation of gilded bronze
Very small lacks of marquetry on the sides and visible on the photos of details
Dimensions: H 121 W 70 D 45 cm
The "entre-deux" is a piece of furniture in the form of a console, a small cupboard or a sideboard that is leaned against a panel or a wainscot between two openings, two crossings or two doors. It is also called a piece of furniture with a support or a piece of furniture at support height.
This piece of furniture, often richly decorated with marquetry and gilded and chiseled bronzes, like the furniture of Boulle, was placed under the glass covering the overmantel.
This kind of sideboard or console uses materials such as rosewood, walnut, ebony, mahogany, etc..
The word "entre-deux" dates back to the middle of the 16th century to characterize the position of a cabinet between two windows.
The music trophy is a group of musical instruments, scores, etc., symbolizing the art of music.
This type of decoration is frequently found in sculpted panels of 18th century woodwork or on the inlaid fronts of Louis XV and Louis XVI furniture.
The instruments often represented are the viol, the violin, the lute, the flute, the harp, etc.
|Style||Louis XV style, Transition (Buffets, Sideboards Furniture of Louis XV style, Transition Style)|
|Century||19th century (Buffets, Sideboards Furniture 19th century)|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days|
|Location||75018, Paris, France|
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