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WÖCHNERINNENTISCH, sog. "table d'accouchée", Louis XV, in der Art von M. CRIAERD (Mathieu Criaerd, Meister 1738), wohl Genua um 1760. Rosenholz, Palisander und diverse Edelhölzer gefriest sowie fein eingelegt mit Reserven, Filets und Zierfries. Nierenförmiger, abnehmbarer Korpus mit dreigeteiltem, vorstehendem und aufklappbarem Blatt, innen diverse Fächer, auf wellig ausgeschnittener Zarge mit geschweiften Beinen.

c. 1760 XV Louis Desk designed by Mathieu Criaerd, Paris; ebonized satinwood, gilt-bronze.

Pair of exceptional encoignures with polychrome Vernis Martin, stamped “Mathieu Criaerd” One of the encoignures stamped “M. Criaerd” and “JME”. Paris, circa 1735 -1745.

1730-1760 American (Massachusetts) Chest of drawers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

BIBLIOTHEKSVITRINE, Régence/Louis XV, sign. M. CRIAERD (Math

Small oblong table Antoine-Mathieu Criaerd, ca. 1755–60, French, Paris, Oak veneered with tulipwood and amaranth, gilt bronze, leather

Commode galbée, en laque européen, au vernis Martin. Attribuée à Mathieu Criaerd . Epoque Louis XV

1710 German (Augsburg) Silver mirror at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Silver was often used in aristocratic and court Baroque furnishings in the 17th century, and some were also made in the 18th century. This piece in particular emulates the French Louis XIV style that was notable for such silver furniture pieces; unfortunately, most of these silver artworks have been melted down over the years, making this one all the more precious.

Upright secretary (secrétaire à abattant or secrétaire en cabinet) 1775