Lot 138 View Catalog
Grohe Freres Louis XVI style writing table, the body of tulipwood veneered oak on turned legs of solid purpleheart wood. The top with leather writing surface over two writing slides and a long drawer, the frieze with a continuous gilt bronze border of cherub and foliate scrolls, and the fluted legs mounted with gilt bronze ending in stiff leaf sabots. Stamped twice "GROHE Fres". Grohe Freres (French, 1829-1885), established by brothers Guillaume and Jean-Michel Grohe, participated in major exhibitions throughout the second half of the 19th century and supplied furniture to major royal households in France and England, including Napoleon III's apartments at the Louvre. Provenance: Orion Antique Importers, Dallas, TX; Private Collection, Dallas, TX. 28.5"H x 39.5"W x 24"D,
22.5% up to 200,000
15% above 200,001
|Estimate||$20,000 – $30,000|
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