Small Mahogany Cylinder Desk Louis XVI style - 1st part of the 20th century

2.600
20th century
Louis XVI, Directoire style
DELIVERY
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Small Desk with Mahogany Cylinder traversed with Lemon Tree Nets in the spirit of Louis XVI.
    The Cylinder, which can be locked with a two-point lock, is made up of diamonds framed by elements of wood with Greek angles. He discovers an interior composed of three Niches and three identical Drawers, as well as an extendable Shelf: this one is equipped with a red leather decorated with a central Pattern and golden Vignettes in its Perimeter.
    In the Belt, two small drawers and a larger one in the center are also inlaid with Diamonds in several varieties of Mahogany and Light Wood Nets.
    The Top of the Desk and its Sides have the same patterns.
    This Furniture is based on Sheathed Feet with Brass Clogs.
    This very Refined Small Office with interesting shapes will delight a person looking for a workspace that is not too imposing.
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    Period: 1st part XXth
    Excellent condition after restoration in our workshop. Varnished finish.
    Ref: 445 S

    Ref: XL7X33LRPS

    Style Louis XVI, Directoire style
    Century 20th century
    Width (cm) 71
    Height (cm) 95
    Depth (cm) 45
    Weight (Kg) 20
    Materials Mahogany
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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