"Bureau Slope Regency-inlaid Rosewood-early 18th Century"Regency period slope office. Side boxes each with two drawers, in the center a recessed crotch flap. Abbatant lectern opening on drawbars, theater with four drawers. Veneered Louis XIV geometric pattern in rosewood and walnut marquetry. Plating all faces. Antique leather and patina. Complete locks but operating randomly, the keys are not original. State: Lack in front of one of the drawers of the left box. Small gaps in belt veneer restored formerly with shellac. The veneer on the back is peeled in place, with no gaps. The abbatant is slightly veiled from the center in a symmetrical way with a stronger accentuation of the left side (see photo) Slight cracking very superficial, visible in grazing light, running along the abbatant leaving guessing the assembly. Some slight restorations with shellac. Some very slight gaps in the blanks (two or three) Dismantled bronzes. Soul in fir tree, drawers in fruitwood. Total height 95cm Writing height 72cm Depth 58cm Around 1730, model issue in line of the office broken secretary Mazarin. Do not hesitate to ask me for additional photos.