T he Important Mobilier, Objets d’art, Sculpture et Orfèvrerie sale features a fine selection of works by French cabinetmakers and master menuisiers.
Highlights include a carved ebony and engraved cabinet circa 1640, as well as several pieces attributed to or stamped by the most famous 18th-century cabinetmakers, from André-Charles Boulle and Jean-Henri Riesener to Antoine-Robert Gaudreaus. Menuisiers will also be honored with sets by Gourdin, Lebas and Sené. There are certain pieces with royal provenance, which will delight lovers of prestigious pedigrees.
“There is no greater pleasure for an Interior designer than working with these marvelous objects proposed in this exceptional sale; their elegance, their refinement and their intrinsic beauty demand a background of similar quality which enhances the final result. These decorative elements become art objects at the same level than contemporary paintings to whom they give historical reference as well as an added refinement.”
Robert Couturier's Selection
Photos made at Féau Boiseries.
Féau Boiseries is keeping the tradition of French-style interiors alive. The prestigious firm designs, adapts, produces, and installs wood-paneling decors inspired by iconic architects from the 17th century to the present day.