Small Louis XV lady’s writing desk, France, ca. 1760/70. A hardwood desk veneered with different types of rosewood, of serpentine form, with a sliding top, a pull-out frieze drawer, this with a leather lined folding top and small lateral surface. 70.5 x 82 x 42 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 527.

Small Louis XV lady’s writing desk, France, ca. 1760/70. A hardwood desk veneered with different types of rosewood, of serpentine form, with a sliding top, a pull-out frieze drawer, this with a leather lined folding top and small lateral surface. 70.5 x 82 x 42 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 527.

Small Louis XV lady’s writing desk, France, ca. 1760/70. A hardwood desk veneered with different types of rosewood, of serpentine form, with a sliding top, a pull-out frieze drawer, this with a leather lined folding top and small lateral surface. 70.5 x 82 x 42 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 527.

Small Louis XV lady’s writing desk, France, ca. 1760/70. A hardwood desk veneered with different types of rosewood, of serpentine form, with a sliding top, a pull-out frieze drawer, this with a leather lined folding top and small lateral surface. 70.5 x 82 x 42 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 527.

Lady’s make-up or dressing table, Louis XV period, circa 1765/70, stamped J. L. COSSON (Jacques Laurent Cosson, maître from 1765). Made in various softwoods and hardwoods, with rosewood and tulipwood veneer, also richly decorated with marquetry in various partly dyed fine woods depicting flowers, musical instruments and cube patterning. With 2 drawers at the front, a pull-out extension ledge with later lining. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 524.

Lady’s make-up or dressing table, Louis XV period, circa 1765/70, stamped J. L. COSSON (Jacques Laurent Cosson, maître from 1765). Made in various softwoods and hardwoods, with rosewood and tulipwood veneer, also richly decorated with marquetry in various partly dyed fine woods depicting flowers, musical instruments and cube patterning. With 2 drawers at the front, a pull-out extension ledge with later lining. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 524.

TABLE MECHANISM CALLED "SLIDING TABLE" INLAID AND BRONZE GILDED LOUIS XV, ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-FRANÇOIS OEBEN, 1750 A GILTBRONZE MOUNTED MARQUETRY TABLE MECHANICS, LOUIS XV, ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-FRANCOIS OEBEN, CIRCA 1750

TABLE MECHANISM CALLED "SLIDING TABLE" INLAID AND BRONZE GILDED LOUIS XV, ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-FRANÇOIS OEBEN, 1750 A GILTBRONZE MOUNTED MARQUETRY TABLE MECHANICS, LOUIS XV, ATTRIBUTED TO JEAN-FRANCOIS OEBEN, CIRCA 1750

Salon chest of drawers, France, Louis XV period, circa 1760/70. Made in oak with rosewood and amaranth veneer and marquetry decoration, with serpentine shaping on three sides, also slightly bombé, 2 “sans traverse” drawers, stamped P. F. GUIGNARD (Guignard Pierre Francois QUENIARD, maître from 1767), a moulded marble top, bronze mounts, partly with later gilding. 86 x 83 x 44 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 535.

Salon chest of drawers, France, Louis XV period, circa 1760/70. Made in oak with rosewood and amaranth veneer and marquetry decoration, with serpentine shaping on three sides, also slightly bombé, 2 “sans traverse” drawers, stamped P. F. GUIGNARD (Guignard Pierre Francois QUENIARD, maître from 1767), a moulded marble top, bronze mounts, partly with later gilding. 86 x 83 x 44 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 535.

Dainty French salon chest of drawers, Louis XV period, mid 18th century. Made in oak with rosewood veneer, with serpentine shaping on three sides, decorated with marquetry panels, 2 drawers, gilt bronze mounts, some replaced, and a moulded marble top (Breche d’Alep), stamped DELORME. 86.5 x 98 x 55 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 529.

Dainty French salon chest of drawers, Louis XV period, mid 18th century. Made in oak with rosewood veneer, with serpentine shaping on three sides, decorated with marquetry panels, 2 drawers, gilt bronze mounts, some replaced, and a moulded marble top (Breche d’Alep), stamped DELORME. 86.5 x 98 x 55 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 529.

A Louis XV gilt-bronze-mounted parquetry bureau plat, third quarter 18th century, stamped RVLC, height 33in; width 53 1/2in; depth 43in

A Louis XV gilt-bronze-mounted parquetry bureau plat, third quarter 18th century, stamped RVLC, height 33in; width 53 1/2in; depth 43in

French Louis XV chest of drawers, inscribed L. AUBRY (1741-1814) circa 1760/80. Made in hardwood and softwood, decorated with marquetry panels in walnut and further fine woods, with rounded angles, 2 drawers, a moulded marble top and bronze mounts. 79 x 105.5 x 60.5 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 538.

French Louis XV chest of drawers, inscribed L. AUBRY (1741-1814) circa 1760/80. Made in hardwood and softwood, decorated with marquetry panels in walnut and further fine woods, with rounded angles, 2 drawers, a moulded marble top and bronze mounts. 79 x 105.5 x 60.5 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 538.

Salon chest of drawers, France, Louis XV period, circa 1760/70. A serpentine oak chest of drawers with rosewood and mahogany veneer and marquetry, with 2 “sans traverse” drawers, bronze mounts with later gilding, indistinctly stamped J. SCHMITZ?, and a moulded marble top. 83 x 118 x 59.5 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 541.

Salon chest of drawers, France, Louis XV period, circa 1760/70. A serpentine oak chest of drawers with rosewood and mahogany veneer and marquetry, with 2 “sans traverse” drawers, bronze mounts with later gilding, indistinctly stamped J. SCHMITZ?, and a moulded marble top. 83 x 118 x 59.5 cm. Wien, Dorotheum, 22.04.15, no. 541.

Lovely mechanical table which had belonged to Madame de Pompadour, a mistress to Louis XV before Du Barry.    ca.1761-1763 by Roger Vandercruse

Lovely mechanical table which had belonged to Madame de Pompadour, a mistress to Louis XV before Du Barry. ca.1761-1763 by Roger Vandercruse

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