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This asymmetrical French art deco cabinet dates from the 1930s and is constructed of matched Brazilian rosewood veneers and mahogany. The bright nickel fittings contrast with the warm tones of the exotically figured rosewood. Set on a plinth and lap feet, the cabinet features a full door on the left which opens to reveal shelves. The curved door on the right below the shelf covers a storage space. Finished in a high gloss lacquer, the cabinet is 36” tall, 31-1/2” wide and 16-1/2” deep.

Chest-of-drawers After André-Charles Boulle (1642 - 1732) France c. 1850 Oak, ebony, première-partie Boulle marquetry of brass, pewter and turtleshell, walnut, brass mounts, griotte marble, steel Object size: 81.4 x 132.7 x 56.7 cm

Chest-of-drawers Jean-Henri Riesener (1734 - 1806) Oak, veneered with amaranth, green-stained sycamore, burr walnut, stringings of ebony and box, fret-pattern marquetry of satiné, holly and stained sycamore, oval marquetry medallion in stained woods on a ground of sycamore originally stained blue, top of vert des Alpes marble, steel lock plate in between main drawers, steel key. Object size: 92 x 122.4 x 54.8 cm

Chest-of-Drawers Attributed to Bernard Molitor (1755 - 1833) France c. 1788 Oak, veneered with mahogany, gilt bronze, brass locks, steel springs in side drawer compartments, Carrara marble top, gilt-bronze and steel key Object size: 85.8 x 143.3 x 57.3 cm

Chest-of-drawers Attributed to Johann Gottlob Fiedler (c. 1735) Germany c. 1786 Oak, pine, mahogany, amaranth, ebony, box, boxwood drawer rollers, gilt bronze and brocatello marble top Object size: 89 x 131.1 x 61.6 cm