"Secretary Of Lady Louis XV Stamped Pierre Roussel, 18th Century"Right secretary Louis XV inlaid, 18th century, also called `` Secretary of Lady '' (due to its small proportions) bearing the stamp of the Parisian cabinetmaker Pierre ROUSSEL.
It opens on the front with a flap as well as two inlaid doors in rosewood and violet wood, adorned with an elegant motif called "butterfly wings".
The interior reveals two rows of bleachers and four small curved drawers.
The flap of the flap is dressed in garnet red leather highlighted with a golden border.
The base in slight projection rests on elegant curved feet surmounted by golden bronzes.
He is wearing a `` royal red '' marble.
This little Lady's Secretary is an authentic testimony to the refined know-how of the famous Parisian cabinetmaker Pierre Roussel, received Master on August 21, 1745.
Dimensions: L. 69 cm x H. 127 cm x D. 35 cm
France, Parisian work
Original interior fittings
Rosewood, violet wood
Stamped Pierre ROUSSEL and "JME" (Jurande des Maîtres Ebénistes) on the amount