Louis XVI Ormolu-Mounted Burr Olive and Mahogany Bureau à Cylindre
Attributed to Christophe-André Hache, late 18th Century
The galleried white marble top above three frieze drawers and a roll top opening to a sliding leather-lined writing panel and pigeonholes and three drawers, with a frieze drawer and an arched kneehole flanked by two drawers and a deep drawer, the sides with slides, raised on fluted circular tapering legs; bearing three JME stamps. Height 45 inches, width 54 1/2 inches, depth 23 1/2 inches.
Christophe-André Hache (1748-1831), a member of the renowed family of ébénistes in Grenoble.
Sold, Christie's, New York, April 30, 1983, lot 123.
C Estate of Oleg Cassini, Oyster Bay Cove Residence, New York
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