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UNKNOWN CABINETMAKER, French Armoir 1580 Walnut and oak, partly gilt and painted, 206 x 150 x 60 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris

UNKNOWN CABINETMAKER, French Armoir 1580 Walnut and oak, partly gilt and painted, 206 x 150 x 60 cm Musée du Louvre, Paris

Cabinet.  Artist/Maker(s): Unknown.  Culture: French.  Place(s): Burgundy, France (Place created).  Date: 1580; minor additions in late 1850s.  Medium: Walnut, oak, paint, and iron; linen-and-silk lining.

Artist/Maker(s): Unknown. Place(s): Burgundy, France (Place created). Date: minor additions in late Medium: Walnut, oak, paint, and iron; linen-and-silk lining.

Dresser (Dressoir aux harpies) French  (Ile-de-France) or Artist: French (Burgundo-Lyonnais) Date: ca. 1570–90, and 19th century

Dresser (Dressoir aux harpies) French (Ile-de-France) or Artist: French (Burgundo-Lyonnais) Date: ca. 1570–90, and 19th century

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Designed by Jean Brandely | Cabinet | French, Paris | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cabinet Oak veneered with cedar, walnut, ebony and ivory; silvered-bronze mounts Designer: Jean Brandely Maker:Woodwork by Charles-Guillaume Diehl Artist:Mounts and large central plaque by Emmanuel.

fourdinois cabinet 1861-1867 victoria and albert museum londres

Place of origin: Paris, France (made). 1855 (made). Artist/Maker: Fourdinois, Alexandre-Georges, born 1799 - died 1871 (designer and maker). Materials and Techniques: Carved walnut; the carcase and drawer linings of oak.

Cabinet on Stand attributed to Jean Mace after 1641 French Paris Ebony inlay of various woods tinted ivory and colored hardstones gilt-bronz...

Cabinet on Stand attributed to Jean Mace after 1641 French Paris Ebony inlay of various woods tinted ivory and colored hardstones gilt-bronz.

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