"Louis XVI Secretary Stamped Fidelys Schey, Eighteenth Century Period"
ENLARGE THE 12 ADDITIONAL PHOTO (S). Description of antiquity: "Secretary Louis XVI, Stamped Fidelys SCHEY, Epoque XVIIIth Century" Elegance by Sobriety .. Secretary Of Lady, Louis XVI period, Stamped Fidelys SCHEY, Received Master February 5, 1777, Dating from the Period of the Second Part of the XVIIIth Century, of a very light and refined Louis XVI period ... This Secretary is In Rosewood Veneer in Frames surrounded by Tinted and natural wood nets, in Frames of Amaranth. It opens in front by an upper drawer, a flap revealing a writing case covered with a new leather of chocolate color gilded with small irons, and small lockers, as well as in the lower part by two leaves, which close with an interior latch of origin, which open on a Safety Box in Oak Wood, which closes with a key. The Uprights are cut sides covered with grooves in tinted and natural wood marquetry. It wears a molded Gray Marble in Cavet. Fidelys SCHEY is a cabinetmaker of Badoise origin, he established His Workshop in Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, near which he opened a Sales Store, entrusted to his wife. Received Master on February 5, 1777, he died on July 29, 1788. Despite the brevity of his career, his production was important. He manufactured Furniture of Transition style and especially Louis XVI of Good Quality. Length: 63 cm Depth: 36 cm Height: 132 cm Our secretary is in very good condition.