Würzburg, around 1750

Oak and coniferous wood, walnut, burl walnut, maple veneered

The elegant, quality writing furniture standing on high legs represents the combination of artful veneers with very well-crafted carvings of lush rocailles combined with floral and foliage work typical of Main-Franconian furniture of the Rococo period. The original fire-gilded fittings possibly come from the workshop of the famous Würzburg court locksmith Johann Georg Oegg (1703-1782).

Height: 180 cm, width: 124 cm, depth: 72 cm



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