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Louis XVI mahogany cylinder desk, late 18th century

Louis XVI mahogany cylinder desk, late 18th century

STATUS : AVAILABLE
PRICE : 6 200 €
CONDITION : Très bon

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Louis XVI mahogany cylinder desk, ormolu decoration, France, late 18th century or circa 1800.

Cylinder desks were created at the end of Louis XV reign ; they are mechanical pieces of furniture, which allows - once closed - to keep the work spread on the desktop confidential.

Excellent condition, restored, varnish cleaned and polished.

Width : 130cm
Height : 169cm
Depth : 63cm

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