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Lady's dressing table in solid mahogany, Louis XVI period.
Its top opens with a brass push button. He discovered a Mercury Mirror as well as a veined white marble plan, set back 1cm.
The flap is fixed on Brass hinges and is held in vertical position by an Iron Compass.
As a belt, this Dressing Table offers two drawers, assembled in Dovetails, with Oak interiors. Their fronts are veneered with a thick Mahogany 5 mm, and trimmed with cut-out brass locks and Original. These drawers are locked, and this Good is supplied with its two keys.
The whole rests on four feet sheathed in solid Mahogany, finished by Brass Hooves. This Cabinet, although Light, has been mounted on four small casters, making it even easier to handle.
This Dressing Table with Reasonable Dimensions will also seduce by its Simplicity and Multifunctionality.
Period: Late 18th century
Perfect condition after restoration in our workshop. Varnished finish.
Ref: 511 R
|Style||Louis XVI, Directoire|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days|
|Location||44810, Héric, France|