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STAMPED L BOUDIN AND JME
A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD PARQUETERY TABLE A EN-CAS


Diagonally-banded overall, the rounded rectangular serpentine top centred by a parquetry cartouche and with an undulating gallery, the serpentine front with a drawer fitted with a hinged leather writing-surface and small compartments above a pair of tambour doors. The sides and back inlaid à quatre faces, on cabriole legs ending in scroll-cast sabots

29 1/2 in. high, 21 in. wide, 13 1/4 in. deep.


The son of a compagnon-tabletier, Léonard Boudin of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine gained his maîtrise on 4 March 1761. On becoming a marchand-mercier, he established himself in the early 1770s in the Cloître Saint Germain l'Auxerrois, close to the Louvre and his fellow ébénistes in the rue Saint Honoré.
 Amongst his prestigious clients he counted such figures as the duc de Duras, the Prince of Orange and the duchesse d'Arenberg as his principal patrons.

Museums exhibitors of Léonard Boudin's furniture:
Musée Carnavalet (Paris)
Musée du Louvre (Paris)
Château de Versailles (France)
Cleveland Museum of Art

  • Origin : FRANCE
  • Style : Louis XV
  • Designer : Léonard Boudin

Details

STAMPED L BOUDIN AND JME
A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD PARQUETERY TABLE A EN-CAS


Diagonally-banded overall, the rounded rectangular serpentine top centred by a parquetry cartouche and with an undulating gallery, the serpentine front with a drawer fitted with a hinged leather writing-surface and small compartments above a pair of tambour doors. The sides and back inlaid à quatre faces, on cabriole legs ending in scroll-cast sabots

29 1/2 in. high, 21 in. wide, 13 1/4 in. deep.


The son of a compagnon-tabletier, Léonard Boudin of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine gained his maîtrise on 4 March 1761. On becoming a marchand-mercier, he established himself in the early 1770s in the Cloître Saint Germain l'Auxerrois, close to the Louvre and his fellow ébénistes in the rue Saint Honoré.
 Amongst his prestigious clients he counted such figures as the duc de Duras, the Prince of Orange and the duchesse d'Arenberg as his principal patrons.

Museums exhibitors of Léonard Boudin's furniture:
Musée Carnavalet (Paris)
Musée du Louvre (Paris)
Château de Versailles (France)
Cleveland Museum of Art

  • Origin : FRANCE
  • Style : Louis XV
  • Designer : Léonard Boudin
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