Large, representative bureau-platform - Paris, C. Lebesgue, circa 1785 - tamped "IME" and "C. Lebesgue" for Robert Claude Lebesgue, born 1749, Master 1771




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Paris, C. Lebesgue, circa 1785

stamped "IME" and "C. Lebesgue" for

Robert Claude Lebesgue, born 1749, Master

1771. Mahogany veneered on oak with fine,

linear brass inlays, original

fittings and renewed, all-round gold-embossed

Leather writing plate. The one with the conspicuous

beautifully grained veneer worked desk

with four narrow and one wider

Thrust above the knee recess is freely adjustable,

the sideways extendable, also leather-covered

Shelves offer additional storage space

for documents and work utensils.

Kjellberg, Le mobilier français du XVIIIe siècle,

Paris 1998, p. 492.

Height 78 cm, width 160 cm, depth 80 cm.



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