A Renaissance Revival parcel gilt pâte-sur-pâte, pietre dure and bronze mounted ebonized cabinet
Attributed to Herter Brothers
Sèvres plaque decorated by Marc Louis Solon
New York City
Of demilune form with rectangular outset front corners, surmounted by a later associated beige marble top above a paneled frieze mounted with floral pietre dure plaques and a central frieze drawer above an incised and inlaid cupboard door centering a circular pâte sur pâte plaque depicting diaphanously clad maidens attending to a cauldron of cherubs, signed Miles, flanked by coved cabinet doors mounted with rectangular bronze relief plaques of water bearing nymphs, after Jean Goujon's Fountain des Innocents, inscribed F. BARBEDIENNE, raised on a conforming outstepped plinth.
Height 42in (1.07m); width 5ft 1in (1.55m); depth 20in (51cm)