An important 1867 Great Exhibition Louis XVI style lacquer and ormolu-mounted satinwood, amaranth and parquetry meuble à hauteur d'appui
by Louis Auguste Alfred Beurdeley, Paris
the shaped green marble top with multi-layered edge above a central frieze drawer with lacquer panel to the middle above a pair of cupboard doors with raised Japan lacquer panels on an aventurine background flanked by a pair of inlaid twisted columns and a pair of ogee shaped parquetry cupboard doors with further columns to the out side, raised on short feet with acanthus leaf mounts, decorated overall with cast gilt bronze mounts and various fruitwood inlays, stamped 'A BEURDELEY, A PARIS', twice on the top and once on the back, 151cm wide, 49.5cm deep, 100cm high (59" wide, 19" deep, 39" high).
- Please note the cupboard door panels are Vernis Martin and not Aventurine as described in the online catalogue.
Australian Colonial Furniture and Australiana
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