E. AVRIL A chest of drawers in marquetry stamped from the Louis XVI period

18th century
Louis XVI, Directoire style
From: 62217, Mercatel, France

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    Magnificent chest of drawers with a light wooden projection

    veneer inlaid with open frame friezes

    by five drawers in three rows, rounded uprights

    simulating grooves, resting on four legs


    Ornamentation of chiseled and gilded bronzes: keyhole, pull ring, apron and shoe.

    Grooved white marble top

    Commode stamped E.AVRIL and M.OHNEBERG JME

    Stamped AVRILÉtienne
    (1748-1791) - cabinetmaker - master's degree obtained on November 23, 1774: Cabinetmaker under the reign of Louis XVI,

    OHNEBERG Martin
    Martin Ohneberg (Born circa 1738) - Cabinetmaker. Paris. Master on July 7, 1773. He operated a workshop in rue Traversière Saint-Antoine and later in the Cour de la Juiverie. Ohneberg worked for a host of fashionable merchants. He composed his works with care, in a light and sober taste.

    18th century Parisian work in its original form

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    Ref: 483ISLTGNB

    Style Louis XVI, Directoire style
    Century 18th century
    Width (cm) 127
    Height (cm) 87
    Depth (cm) 56
    Materials Rosewood
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 62217, Mercatel, France

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