"Library - Cardboard Box With A Pendulum - Napoleon III Period"Cabinet forming a library and cardboard box surmounted by a mahogany clock. It opens with two glass doors and five cardboard drawers. This piece of furniture is mounted on a pendulum with enamelled dial signed "Dutertre in Paris". It is made of mahogany and rests on four tapered legs. Furniture of very beautiful invoice with beautiful bronzes. Signed Fernand Kohl, located at 55 rue Traversière in Paris. Fernand Kohl participated in the Universal Exhibition of 1889 where he received an award. A recognized cabinetmaker, some of his furniture is now kept at the Musée d'Orsay. The furniture is signed under the bronzes at the level of the locks. Otherwise, the quality of this piece of furniture as well as certain elements in bronzes such as the rosettes present at the level of the falls allow to recognize the style of piece of furniture that a carpenter could execute at the time.