Secretary With Abattant, Stamped Birckle, Transition Period, Circa 1770. flag


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"Secretary With Abattant, Stamped Birckle, Transition Period, Circa 1770."
Drop-leaf secretary, in rosewood and violet wood veneer, Transition period, circa 1770. This piece of furniture is stamped by Jacques Birckle (1735-1803) received as a master cabinetmaker in July 1764. He was called in 1785 to supply royal furniture and received orders from Marie-Antoinette. In a very successful set of veneers we will note a very beautiful marquetry of flowery vases characteristic of its production. Stamped on the right rear pillar. Marble and gilded bronzes. The flap uncovers 6 small lockers.
Price : 5200 €
Artist : Jacques Birckle (1734-1804), Reçu Maître ébéniste Le 30 Juillet 1764.
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Très bon état, restauré dans notre atelier.

Material : Bati en chene , placage bois de rose , bois de violette.
Width : 90
Height : 146
Depth : 35

Reference : 671480
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