The Governor of Stockholm’s Louis XVI Style Satinwood Secretaire Abattant

£16,900

Hailing from an important Swedish collection, this fine 19th-century satinwood and rosewood secretaire abattant in the Louis XVI style is available at Nicholas Wells Antiques. A fine trefoil steel key opening four drawers and two blank drawers opening to a fall front with green tooled leather and rosewood interior. Two small side drawers fitted below the molded blue turquin dished marble top. Raised on square tapering legs terminating in gilt bronze feet.
France, second half 19th century

H128 x W65 x D37cm
H50.5 x W25.5 x D14.5in

Provenance:
Tessin Palace, Gamla Stan, Stockholm
The Governor of Stockholm  Richard Dickson (1843–1924)
(Överståthållaren Swedish)

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Hailing from an important Swedish collection, this fine 19th-century satinwood and rosewood secretaire abattant is available at Nicholas Wells Antiques. A fine trefoil steel key opening four drawers and two blank drawers opening to a fall front with green tooled leather and rosewood interior. Two small side drawers fitted below the molded blue turquin dished marble top. Raised on square tapering legs terminating in gilt bronze feet.
France, second half 19th century

H128 x W65 x D37cm
H50.5 x W25.5 x D14.5in

Provenance:
Tessin Palace, Gamla Stan, Stockholm
The Governor of Stockholm  Richard Dickson (1843–1924)
(Överståthållaren Swedish)

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