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Lot 17: Attributed to Jules Leleu A French rosewood and gilt bronze cabinet, circa 1935

Fine Asian, Australian & European Arts & Design

by Sotheby's Australia

25 October 2016

Woollahra, Australia

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Description: Attributed to Jules Leleu
A French rosewood and gilt bronze cabinet, circa 1935

the shaped rectangular rosewood top with chamfered corners and gilt bronze trim, the two doors with keylock handles enclosing the compartmental interior fitted with eleven adjustable shelves, the chamfered corners applied with convex columns terminating in gilt bronze scroll capitals and feet
160 cm high, 163 cm wide, 54 cm deep

PROVENANCE
Galerie Plaisance, Paris
Private Collection, Sydney, acquired from the above in March 2003

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