A Private Collection, vol. 2, Sotheby's, New York, 19 april 2007, lot 129 (sold 408 000$)
C. Payne, 19th Century European Furniture, pp. 33-34
C. Mestdagh, L'Ameublement d'art français 1850-1900, Paris, 2010, p. 152, fig. 170 (ill.)
Beurdeley used high quality Oriental lacquer on much of his finest furniture, for example a secrétaire in Louis XV style, sold Sotheby's New York, A Private Collection, Part I, October 26, 2006, lot 188.
Another innovative piece was sold in the Vente Beurdeley, Paris, May 6-9, 1895, lot 279. In 1895, the company's workshops closed and Beurdeley's stock was sold at a number of auctions conducted by the Galerie Georges Petit of Paris. Two auction catalogues of the collection were published in 1895 and sales were held between March 6-9 and May 27-28, of that year.
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