A LOUIS XVI GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED EBONY 'BUREAU À CYLINDRE', STAMPED C.C.SAUNIER AND JME, CIRCA 1775; WITH A GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED EBONY AND TORTOISESHELL 'PARCAE' CLOCK, ATTRIBUTED TO A.-C. BOULLE, LATE LOUIS XIV, CIRCA 1710
250,000 - 500,000 EUR
The bureau: with a grey veined marble top, the veneer on each side with satinwood inlay, the cylinder top opening to reveal two satiné, tulipwood, mahogany and amaranth drawers with bone handles and five recesses, above three lower drawers.The clock: the movement and the dial associated and signed Ageron / A PARIS, the enamels of the dial signed A.N. Martinière, émailleur et penfionnaire du roy 1746; the base of the clock with twisted feet created during the reign of Louis XVI. The clock and the bureau associated circa 1820.