Stamped J. Birckle - Pair Of Encoignures In Marquetry - Louis XVI flag

Stamped J. Birckle - Pair Of Encoignures In Marquetry - Louis XVI
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"Stamped J. Birckle - Pair Of Encoignures In Marquetry - Louis XVI"
Nice pair of corners in rosewood and amaranth. Marquetry in butterfly wing underlined with nets in the Greek These corners open to a leaf, the amounts simulate grooves and support a white marble Ornamentation of gilded bronzes. The two corners are stamped (see photos) The locks work. These 2 furniture can take place very easily and quickly in your home. Louis XVI period - 18th century. Jacques BIRCKLE (1734 - 1803) He obtains his Maîtrise on July 30, 1764. From 1785, he became one of the suppliers of Garde-meuble under Louis XVI. Queen Marie Antoinette gives him orders for St Cloud Castle. Its production, dense, varied, of very good quality, adapts easily to the evolution of the styles. Ebéniste active, conscientious, careful, he seeks above all the decorative effect. He excels thanks to his marquetry talent. In the majority of its furniture, practically devoid of bronze, is in fact a predominance of marquetry in bright and contrasting colors, drawn with simplicity, without superfluous details, often framed by Greek nets (see these 2 pieces of furniture)
Price:3950 €
Artist : Jacques Birckle
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 16th, Directory
Condition : Bon état

Material : Marqueterie bois de rose et amarante
Length: 48 ( d'un côté )
Height : 90
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Stamped J. Birckle - Pair Of Encoignures In Marquetry - Louis XVI
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