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Rvlc Dit Lacroix (1728-1799), Louis XVI Double Sided Flat Office, XVIIIth

Rvlc Dit Lacroix (1728-1799), Louis XVI Double Sided Flat Office, XVIIIth
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"Rvlc Dit Lacroix (1728-1799), Louis XVI Double Sided Flat Office, XVIIIth"
Double-sided flat desk in rosewood veneer, amaranth and boxwood fillets, bronze and original gallery, opening with three drawers, leather top. Stamped RVLC and punches of jurande. Louis XVI period, 18th century. Roger Lacroix (1728-1799) was also called Roger Vandercruse according to his father's Flemish surname, his stamp was his initials RVLC R (oger) V (van) L (a) C (roix). According to Salverte he "was one of the great cabinetmakers of his generation. He was a famous cabinetmaker of the Parisian nobility who supplied the Duke of Orleans, Madame du Barry, King Louis XVI and the court in general. Received master in 1755, Roger Vandercruse was one of the great representatives of the Transition style. His furniture, very decorated with marquetry and inlaid mahogany, was more often decorative than utilitarian purpose. His small tables were famous with their marquetry and bronze 'ancient, elements influenced by Jean-François Oeben (1721-1763), "cabinetmaker of Roy" and first husband of his sister, Françoise-Marguerite, the second husband being another famous cabinetmaker Jean-Henri Riesener .... https : //fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Vandercruse

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