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The King’s Desk, Jean-François Oeben and Jean-Henri Riesener, 1760–69. National Museum of Versailles and Trianon. A desk from Louis XV’s Versailles office, with intricate carved wood trim, gilded detailing, and a built-in clock.

The King’s Desk, Jean-François Oeben and Jean-Henri Riesener, 1760–69. National Museum of Versailles and Trianon. A desk from Louis XV’s Versailles office, with intricate carved wood trim, gilded detailing, and a built-in clock.

French-style Custom Marble-top Demilune Commode, Early 20th century, with three drawers inlaid throughout with various motifs including pendant swags, urns, and a central figural scene, on cabriole feet.

French-style Custom Marble-top Demilune Commode, Early 20th century, with three drawers inlaid throughout with various motifs including pendant swags, urns, and a central figural scene, on cabriole feet.

Roll-top Desk by Abraham and David Roentgen (closed) circa 1765-1770 on display in the French Drawing Room

Roll-top Desk by Abraham and David Roentgen (closed) circa 1765-1770 on display in the French Drawing Room

Ladies  desk mid to late 1700s Extravagant Inventions The Princely Furniture of the Roentgens by David 1743 - 1807

Ladies desk mid to late 1700s Extravagant Inventions The Princely Furniture of the Roentgens by David 1743 - 1807

CORNU JEUNE  LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY  A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE MOUNTED AMARANTH, SATINWOOD AND STAINED FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY BUREAU À CYLINDRE EN SECRÉTAIRE  PARIS, CIRCA 1865

CORNU JEUNE LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE MOUNTED AMARANTH, SATINWOOD AND STAINED FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY BUREAU À CYLINDRE EN SECRÉTAIRE PARIS, CIRCA 1865

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