Mahogany veneered secretaire fitted with an upper drawer, an abattant discloses a large pigeon-hole with seven small drawers and two folding doors in the lower section disclose a pigeon-holed drawer. Drawer pulls of bronze, muzzled lions. Three-point lock on the abattant. Paw, anterior feet in sculpted wood painted in imitation of patinated bronze. Granite top.

Empire Era.

Small repairs on the veneer close to the abattant's lock and to the back feet, cracks on the side.

Height: 140 cm (55 in.), Width: 96 cm (37-3/4 in.), Depth: 41 cm (16 in.)

With the sobriety and general architecture of this piece of furniture one cannot hesitate in recalling the famous cabinet maker Bernard Moliter, Master in 1787

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  • Expertissim Reference: 170208