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Received Master Cabinetmaker in 1745, Pierre Roussel moved to rue de Charonne, in the Saint-Antoine suburb under the sign "L'Image de Saint Pierre". Thanks to his qualities as a cabinetmaker and above all as an outstanding marquetry maker, he quickly acquired great notoriety.
From 1767 he was considered one of the first cabinetmakers in Paris.
Greatly appreciated by his colleagues, he became deputy of the cabinetmakers in 1777
here a model of secretary with flap Louis XV style stamped dous marble and crosspiece
Secretary at doucine LOUIS XV - Regency Stamped Pierre ROUSSEL 1723-1782
Rosewood and violet wood butterfly wing inlay
1 drawer in ogee
Double curved flap, compartmentalized theater with 4 toiroirs
2 doors in the lower part
sabotaged bronze feet
very good original condition
height 136 cm
width 58 cm
marble from COsNES in Minervois or marble from Laguedoc from the period.
very good condition in its original condition
|Style||Louis XV style, Transition (Furniture Secretaries of Louis XV style, Transition Style)|
|Century||18th century (Furniture Secretaries 18th century)|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days|
|Location||81500, LAVAUR, France|
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