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A fine Russian Neoclassical ormolu and brass-mounted and inlaid mahogany bureau-cabinet
early 19th century
Estimation
70 000100 000
Lot. Vendu 187,000 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT
44
A fine Russian Neoclassical ormolu and brass-mounted and inlaid mahogany bureau-cabinet
early 19th century
Estimation
70 000100 000
Lot. Vendu 187,000 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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A fine Russian Neoclassical ormolu and brass-mounted and inlaid mahogany bureau-cabinet
early 19th century
the top section with two glazed cupboard doors opening to reveal three shelves; the lower section with a cylinder opening to reveal a sliding, leather-lined writing surface, the interior fitted with a central cupboard door flanked on either side by four pigeon holes, flanked by three further drawers.
height 98 1/2 in.; width 49 in.; depth 24 in.
250.2 cm; 124.5 cm; 61 cm
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Description

The design for this desk relates to the work of the German master cabinetmaker Christian Meyer who supplied many exceptional pieces to the Russian Imperial Household and the court. A closely related secrétaire is illustrated, Antoine Chenevière, Russian Furniture, the Golden Age 1780-1840, New York, 1988, fig. 110.

Ariane Dandois: European Furniture, Paintings & Asian Art

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New York