A FRENCH 19TH CENTURY LOUIS XVI ST. ORMULU-MOUNTED EBONISED CONSOLE BY EMMANUEL ALFRED BEURDELEY (1847-1919).
On top is the original break-front demi lune grey veined marble top.
This console is based on a pair made by martin Carlin (1730-1785), located today at the salle à manger of the Petit Trianon in Versailles.
Similar in proportion, for the backboard Beurdeley uses aventurine lacquer in place of mirrored panel.
This very console is recorded in a photograph from the Beurdeley workshop archives.
Dimensions 90H x 82L x 40D cm
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