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A SILVER-MOUNTED AND INLAID AMBOYNA AND MAHOGANY MEDAL CABINET, BY FRANÇOIS-HONORÉ-GEORGES JACOB-DESMALTER (1770-1841), AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES PERCIER (1764-1838), THE SILVER MOUNTS BY THE FIRM OF MARTIN GUILLAUME BIENNAIS (1764-1843), PROBABLY FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM BARON DOMINIQUE VIVANT DENON (1747-1825) EMPIRE, CIRCA 1810

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In January Minister Ed Vaizey placed a temporary export bar on a silver-mounted and inlaid amboyna (possibly thuya) and mahogany medal cabinet, in the gout d’Egypte style c.

Medal cabinet, Martin Guillaume Biennais, c. 1810, Paris. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Medal cabinet

Medal cabinet, Probably made at the workshop of Martin-Guillaume Biennais after a design by Charles Percier. The mounts signed by Biennais, About France (Paris) © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

A SILVER-MOUNTED AND INLAID AMBOYNA AND MAHOGANY MEDAL CABINET, BY FRANÇOIS-HONORÉ-GEORGES JACOB-DESMALTER (1770-1841), AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES PERCIER (1764-1838), THE SILVER MOUNTS BY THE FIRM OF MARTIN GUILLAUME BIENNAIS (1764-1843), PROBABLY FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM BARON DOMINIQUE VIVANT DENON (1747-1825) EMPIRE, CIRCA 1810

A SILVER-MOUNTED AND INLAID AMBOYNA AND MAHOGANY MEDAL CABINET, BY FRANÇOIS-HONORÉ-GEORGES JACOB-DESMALTER (1770-1841), AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES PERCIER (1764-1838), THE SILVER MOUNTS BY THE FIRM OF MARTIN GUILLAUME BIENNAIS (1764-1843), PROBABLY FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM BARON DOMINIQUE VIVANT DENON (1747-1825) EMPIRE, CIRCA 1810

Bookstand Design attributed to Charles-Auguste Questel  (1807–1888) Maker: Workshop of Georges-Alphonse Jacob Desmalter (1799–1870) Decorator: Carved decoration by Chabraux Date: 1839 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Ebony, ebony veneer, ebonized maple, oak, maple, rosewood, snakewood, ivory, mother-of-pearl; brass hardware and mounts; lined with silk velvet not original to the piece

Bookstand Workshop of Georges-Alphonse Jacob Desmalter Designer: Design attributed to Charles-Auguste Questel Maker: Carved by Chabraux Date: 1839 Culture: French (Paris)

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Napoleonic cabinet secured by V&A

Medal cabinet in the Egyptian taste, about Paris, after a design attributed to Charles Percier © Victoria and Albert Muse.

A highly important and rare French verde antico marble-mounted, painted and carved walnut armoire attributed to Hugues Sambin (1520-1601), Burgundian circa 1580.

A highly important and rare French verde antico marble-mounted, painted and carved walnut armoire attributed to Hugues Sambin (1520-1601), Burgundian circa 1580.

A CHARLES II PIETRA DURA MOUNTED OYSTER-VENEERED TULIPWOOD, KINGWOOD AND ROSEWOOD CABINET-ON-STAND - CIRCA 1680, THE PIETRE DURE PANELS ATTRIBUTED TO THE GRAND DUCAL WORKSHOPS, FLORENCE, 17TH CENTURY

A CHARLES II PIETRA DURA MOUNTED OYSTER-VENEERED TULIPWOOD, KINGWOOD AND ROSEWOOD CABINET-ON-STAND - CIRCA 1680, THE PIETRE DURE PANELS ATTRIBUTED TO THE GRAND DUCAL WORKSHOPS, FLORENCE, 17TH CENTURY

Cabinet and stand (Cabinet and stand) | V&A Search the Collections. This cabinet on stand is inspired by English models made in 1725-1750. It was made at Vizagapatam, a port on the east coast of India famous for its fine cabinet work. The maker has decorated the face of the cabinet with a combination of ivory inlay and ivory veneer in a style of the 1750s. From 1760 to 1780 was a period of transition between the two techniques practised by Vizagapatam workshops. The use of ivory veneer gave…

Cabinet and stand (Cabinet and stand)

Rosewood cabinet on stand, inlaid and partly veneered with ivory, Vishakhapatnam, ca.

Design attributed to Charles Percier: Washstand (athenienne or lavabo) (26.256.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Charles Percier (1766-1838) architect and furniture designer who creates the Empire style for Napoleon.

Washstand (athénienne or lavabo)

Washstand (athénienne or lavabo), Design attributed to Charles Percier (French, mounts attributed to Martin-Guillaume Biennais (French, Yew wood, gilt bronze

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Property from the Collections of Lily & Edmond J. Safra - A rare and important German Baroque parcel-gilt and scarlet-japanned bureau cabinet, Dresden, circa 1730 - height 8 ft. width 45 in. depth 24 in.

Important console “aux griffons”,  Empire, probably Send by FHG JACOB-Desmalter (François Honoré Georges Jacob-Desmalter, 1770-1841), Paris, about 1810/15. Sold for CHF 210 000. Photo Koller Auctions

Important console “aux griffons”, Empire, probably Send by FHG JACOB-Desmalter (François Honoré Georges Jacob-Desmalter, 1770-1841), Paris, about 1810/15. Sold for CHF 210 000. Photo Koller Auctions

A MAHOGANY AND SECRETARY GILTBRONZE SEAT, EMPIRE, Attributed to JACOB-DESMALTER, THE BRONZE Attributed To PIERRE-PHILIPPE THOMIRE the top opening with a flap wheel on the back of a golden green leather small iron and discovering five drawers, two shelves and two secret compartments; based on straight feet; beautiful ornamentation of gilt bronze; low Apollo representing relief on his chariot medallions depicting the Fables of La Fontaine: The Eagle and the Owl, The Fox and the Crow

A MAHOGANY AND SECRETARY GILTBRONZE SEAT, EMPIRE, Attributed to JACOB-DESMALTER, THE BRONZE Attributed To PIERRE-PHILIPPE THOMIRE the top opening with a flap wheel on the back of a golden green leather small iron and discovering five drawers, two shelves and two secret compartments; based on straight feet; beautiful ornamentation of gilt bronze; low Apollo representing relief on his chariot medallions depicting the Fables of La Fontaine: The Eagle and the Owl, The Fox and the Crow

An Empire, c. 1810,  SILVER-MOUNTED AND INLAID AMBOYNA AND MAHOGANY MEDAL CABINET, BY FRANÇOIS-HONORÉ-GEORGES JACOB-DESMALTER (1770-1841), AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES PERCIER (1764-1838), THE SILVER MOUNTS BY THE FIRM OF MARTIN GUILLAUME BIENNAIS (1764-1843), PROBABLY FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM BARON DOMINIQUE VIVANT DENON (1747-1825), Probably commissioned by Napoleon I (1769 –1821) or Baron Dominique Vivant Denon.  |   SOLD $490,000 Sotheby's London, Treasures, Princely Taste, July 3, 2013

An Empire, c. 1810, SILVER-MOUNTED AND INLAID AMBOYNA AND MAHOGANY MEDAL CABINET, BY FRANÇOIS-HONORÉ-GEORGES JACOB-DESMALTER (1770-1841), AFTER A DESIGN BY CHARLES PERCIER (1764-1838), THE SILVER MOUNTS BY THE FIRM OF MARTIN GUILLAUME BIENNAIS (1764-1843), PROBABLY FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS FROM BARON DOMINIQUE VIVANT DENON (1747-1825), Probably commissioned by Napoleon I (1769 –1821) or Baron Dominique Vivant Denon. | SOLD $490,000 Sotheby's London, Treasures, Princely Taste, July 3, 2013

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