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A FINE PAIR OF GILT BRONZE, BRASS AND PEWTER MOUNTED EBONY, STAINED TO...

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Estimate: US$80,000 - US$120,000
Price realised:  US$185,000
Lot number 221, Views: 153

A fine pair of gilt bronze, brass and pewter mounted ebony, stained tortoiseshell and fruitwood marquetry armoires after the celebrated model by André-Charles Boulle Paris, circa 1900-1905 each surmounted by a stepped cornice above a pair of doors opening to a satiné interior fitted with four shelves, each above a pair of drawers, the doors finely decorated with boulle style marquetry and a very fine and elaborate fruitwood marquetry of flower filled urns attended by birds, acanthus cast profiled hinges, the arched base with lion mask, each cabinet with the punched numbers 5459 height 80 1/2 in.; width 57 in.; depth 24 in. 205 cm; 145 cm; 61 cm

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Sotheby's
Title: 19th Century Furniture and Decorative Art including Property from the Robinson Mansion, New Orleans
Date of the auction: 19 Apr 2013
Address: Sotheby's
New York