Dutch mahogany Louis xvi flap secretary, late 19th century.
Angle-placed styles, fishbone piping inlays, openwork brass fencing on the deck. Beautiful continuous mirrored Cuba flower mahogany veneer (on oak).
Brass fitting on the top drawer. Tapered leg with brass knob.
Olive green inlaid calf leather. Locks and keys are working.
The Netherlands, circa 1775
H = 152 cm
W = 86 cm
D = 40 cm.
Recently thoroughly checked for loose parts in the construction and veneer.
Woodworm inspection: No active woodworm found.
The last three photos show the packaging method for transport abroad. Euro pallet with stretch foil and sturdy thick cardboard or plastic sheeting with at least two tiedown straps.
Please make photos of the packaging to be able to exclude transportation-related damage.
Recently checked thoroughly on loose parts of construction and veneer.
Woodworm control: No live woodworm was found.
The last three photos are the way of packaging for foreign transport. Euro pallet with stretch wrapping film and sturdy thick cardboard or plaster runner with at least 2 lashing straps.
Take photos of the packaging upon receipt to exclude damage during transport.
- Secrétaire à abattant
- Louis XVI
- Période estimée
- Fin du XVIIIe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- 143×92×46 cm
- 60 kg