French corner cabinet, transition, Paris around 1775




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Oak, rosewood, amaranth, lemon, burnt, stained, marked with marking stamp, Charles Topino

This single-door, richly inlaid corner cabinet is very elaborately decorated with an artfully curved front and gilt bronze mounts.

The central door is decorated with a large bouquet of flowers in a tall vase.

The moving form and the quality decoration show the transition from Louis XV to French classicism. Charles Topino, (born 1735, master 1773) was highly respected already during his lifetime and known for mostly smaller furniture with highly qualitative inlays in precious exotic woods.

Height: 86 cm, depth: 41 cm



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