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Пишет marinni ([info]marinni)
@ 2009-06-29 15:17:00

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Старинная мебель. Продолжение. Мебель 18 века

Мебель 18 века


French Coffer 1684 Boulle

Cabinet on stand, ca. 1700–1710
Attributed to Jan van Mekeren (Dutch, 1658–1733)
Dutch; Amsterdam
Oak veneered with kingwood, tulipwood, rosewood, ebony, olive wood, holly, and other marquetry woods

French chest 18th century

Ebony, oak, Chinese Coromandel lacquer, gilt bronze, and breche d'Alep marble
By Bernard van Risenburgh (after 1696 - c. 1766)
French (Paris)
c. 1745 - 50


the original furniture for the palace was dispersed after the french revolution. versailles bought this piece back from $12 million. wow.

Chateau de Fontainebleau

Chateau de Fontainebleau

These two low cupboards are the work of Etienne Levasseur (1721-1798), a cabinetmaker who specialized in restoring furniture by André-Charles Boulle (1642-1732) and also made pastiches of such pieces. In the case of the two cupboards of the Grog collection, it is possible that he used marquetry panels dating from the 17th century. Levasseur worked mainly for the marchands-merciers (dealers), supplying them with Boulle marquetry furniture and thus continuing his predecessor's work

Etienne LEVASSEUR (1721-1798)
Pair of low cupboards
Circa 1780
Paris, France
Oak base veneered with ebony, marquetry of brass and tortoiseshell, mosaic of lapis lazuli, gilt bronze, gray marble
H. 1.17 m; W. 2.05 m; D. 0.54 m

Jean-François OEBEN (1721-63)
Cabinet with Mechanism
"Burgundy-style table"
circa 1760
Léon Reinach Collection
Paris, France
Oak veneered with kingwood, sycamore and amaranth; gilt-bronze mounts; red griotte marble
Table only: H. 91.9 cm; H. 1.43 m; W. 70.5 cm; D. 51.5 cm

Cabinet with Mechanism

The royal cabinetmaker Jean-François Oeben designed several pieces of furniture with mechanisms, including an armchair, to make life easier for the disabled young duke of Burgundy, Louis XV's eldest grandson (hence the origin of the generic term "Burgundy-style furniture"). Noted for the beauty of his forms, Oeben has invented a table with a particularly ingenious mechanism, veneered with a geometric design influenced by classical Greek motifs.

A remarkable mechanism

Oeben's description of the table as "Burgundy-style" recalls the disability of the young duke of Burgundy, eldest grandson of Louis XV (1751-60), for whom the cabinetmaker had already produced a mechanized invalid chair. When closed, this "table" looks like a chest of five drawers. However, the operation of a crank causes a hidden bookcase to rise out of the top.The curved ends of the bookcase contain folding circular shelves lined with blue moiré, supporting two round boxes covered in the same fabric. The two top drawers in fact form a drop front that can be lowered into a small writing table. The bottom drawer converts into a prie-dieu (prayer-stool) and the drawer just above it can be used as a bedside table. This drawer may also be taken out completely and placed on folding feet. The Burgundy-style table can thus act as a bookcase, prie-dieu, writing-desk and bedside table.

Martin CARLIN, Charles-Nicolas DODIN
Commode of Madame du Barry
Circa 1772
Bedchamber of Madame du Barry, Château de Louveciennes, France
Paris, France
Oak base veneered with pearwood, rosewood and amaranth, soft-paste Sèvres porcelain, gilt bronze, white marble.

H. 0.87 m; W. 1.19 m; D. 0.48 m

Commode of Madame du Barry

In 1772, the marchand-mercier (dealer) Poirier had a commode adorned with Sèvres porcelaine plaques delivered to Louveciennes for Madame du Barry (1743-1793). The plaques reproduced paintings that are earlier than the commode. This piece, now in the Musée du Louvre, is attributed to the cabinetmaker Martin Carlin (circa 1730-1785) who was the creator of several porcelain-decorated pieces of furniture. It is a work representative of the royal favorite's taste for this kind of luxury furniture.

Jean-François LELEU
Cylinder fall secretary
circa 1768-70
Collection of the Barons Hillingdon
Paris, France
Oak base veneered with rosewood, marquetry of barberry, holly, burr maple and boxwood inlaid on a tobacco-color tinted maple ground, soft-paste porcelain, gilt bronze.
H. 1.05 m; W. 0.98 m; D. 0.53 m.

Martin CARLIN (circa 1730-85)
Drop-front secrétaire
Circa 1780
Princesse de La Tour d'Auvergne collection, Château de Grosbois
Paris, France
Oak veneered with ebony, rosewood, amaranth, and fruitwoods; aventurine; mosaics of marble and hardstone on slate; gilt bronze; black-laquered iron; parti-colored Spanish marble.
H. 1.18 m; W. 0.88 m; D. 0.42 m

Drop-front secrétaire

This secrétaire or writing desk has a drop front and a drawer in the apron and is the work of the cabinetmaker Martin Carlin (circa 1730-85). Assembled from elements drawn from a variety of sources, it must have been made for one of the great furniture dealers, perhaps Daguerre. The front is decorated with six marble and hardstone mosaic panels, apparently taken from older furniture; the great variety of materials employed makes for a lively polychrome effect.

Joseph Baumhauer, known as Joseph (died 1772)
Commode and two corner cupboards
Circa 1770
Paris, France
Oak frame; rosewood, sycamore and amaranth veneer, polychrome wood marquetry, gilded bronze, breche violette marble

Commode and two corner cupboards

This set of two corner cupboards and a commode was made by Joseph Baumhauer (died 1772). Baumhauer was one of the king's appointed cabinet-makers. Most of his work was sold through marchands merciers, dealers specialising in luxury goods and furniture. The clean lines and Greco-Roman ornaments of these three pieces are typical of the Greek style in vogue in the 1760s.

Rolltop desk
Fontainebleau, France
Paris, France
Oak frame, solid bird's-eye mahogany, and bird's-eye mahogany veneer; gilt bronze
Marc Antoine Thierry de Ville d'Avray was appointed Intendant Général du Garde-Meuble in May 1784. In July of the same year, he commissioned this rolltop desk for his private use from the cabinetmaker Jean-Henri Riesener. Although the design had been perfected by Jean-François Oeben some twenty years earlier, the desk is a fine example not only of Riesener's expertise but also of the vogue for certain types of furniture which lasted until the end of the Ancien Régime.

Rolltop desk
Closet of Queen Marie Antoinette in the Palais de Tuileries
Paris, France
Oak and pine frame; sycamore, purplewood, and rosewood veneer; gilt bronze

Roll-top desk
Oak veneered with various wood, gilt-bronze mounts, height 140 cm
Wallace Collection, London

Roll-top desk

Drop-front secretaire
Veneered oak, height 139 cm
Wallace Collection, London

Grand Cabinet de Madame Victoire, Château de Bellevue, Meudon; Château de Saint-Cloud; Palais des Tuileries
Paris, France
Oak, ebony and satinwood veneer, Japan lacquer, aventurine, gilt bronze, white marble.

In 1781, Madame Adélaïde had a commode and two corner cupboards delivered for her Grand Cabinet at the château de Bellevue. Several years later, Madame Victoire also wanted a set of japanned furniture for her Grand Cabinet, including a commode, a pair of corner cupboards, a console, a chiffonnier and a desk. Made by Martin Carlin, all of these works, except the console, are in the Louvre

Pierre Garnier (1720-1800)
Drop-front secrétaire
Around 1770
Hôtel du Marquis de la Vaupalière; Ministry of Justice
Built of oak; ebony, rosewood, and Brazilian rosewood veneer; Japanese lacquer, "vernis Martin"; gilt bronze mounts; white marble

Bureau Cabinet
Date : near 1730

Charles Cressent
Pair of armoires
Circa 1750
Ancienne collection Marcellin de Selle, trésorier général de la Marine
Paris, France
Oak body, bloodwood and amaranth veneer, gilded bronze, Sarrancolin marble
H: 1.99 m; L: 1.73 m; Depth: 54 cm

Former Albert Goldschmidt-Rothschild collection, Frankfurt
Paris, France
Rosewood marquetry, gilt bronze, Aleppo breccia marble
H. 0.87 m; W. 1.30 m; D. 0.67 m.

Private cabinet of Maria Leczinska, Château de Fontainebleau
Paris, France
Oak with fruitwood veneer, Japanese lacquer, Martin's varnish, gilt bronze, Sarrancolin marble
H. 0.85 m; W. 1.27 m; D. 0.61 m

Matthieu Criaerd (1689-1787)
Circa 1745-50
Paris, France
Oak, drawers of walnut with oak fronts, polychrome lacquered wood veneer, gilt bronze, Aleppo breccia marble
H. 0.88 m; W. 1.49 m; D. 0.65 m

CRIAERD, Matthieu
Commode Painted in Vernis Martin
Wood, 85 x 132 x 64
Musée du Louvre, Paris

Joseph STOCKEL, Guillaume BENNEMAN
Bedchamber of Louis XVI at Compiègne; Palais des Tuileries
Paris, France
Oak frame, hickory, rosewood, and amaranth veneer, gilt bronze, white marble

Jean-François LELEU (1729-1807)
Bedroom of the Prince de Condé, Palais Bourbon, Paris
Oak with front-opening oak drawers; sycamore, rosewood and purpleheart veneer; sides veneered with purpleheart; polychrome wood; gilt bronze; red-veined marble

Louis XV's Commode
Antoine-Robert Gaudreaus (1682 - 1746)
Jacques Caffiéri (1678 - 1755)
Oak veneered with kingwood and satiné; mahogany drawers lined with red linen; side cupboards lined with mahogany and red linen; mounted with gilt bronze; gilded brass hinges and brass lock plates; marble top.
Object size: 88.8 x 195.5 x 80.6 cm

Nicolas-Jean Marchand (1697 - 1755)
Oak veneered with rosewood and satiné (on interior of doors), gilt bronze and brèche violette marble

Nicolas-Jean Marchand (1697 - 1755)
Gilles Joubert (1689 - 1775)
Oak, veneered with Chinese lacquer, stained pear wood and satiné; gilt bronze, brèche violette marble
Object size: 84.5 x 86.5 x 55.8 cm


German Writing Desk 1760

German Writing Desk 1760

Бюро маркетри

Italian High Baroque Writing Desk Venice, c. 1760 (very late Baroque period)
around 1760

Material : Wood, Marquetery

François-Honoré Jacob (Jacob-Desmalter) : Bas de bibiothèque

Corner cabinet (encoignure) (one of a pair), 1745–49
Stamped by Bernard van Risenburgh (French, after 1696–ca. 1766)
Oak veneered with ebony and Chinese Coromandel lacquer, cherry, and purple wood, gilt-bronze mounts, Spanish brocatelle marble

Secretary (secrétaire à abattant), 1783
Jean-Henri Riesener (French, 1734–1806)
Oak veneered with ebony and black and gold Japanese lacquer, tulipwood, holly and black stained holly, amaranth, gilt-bronze mounts, white marble

Secretary (secrétaire à abattant), 1783
Jean-Henri Riesener (French, 1734–1806)
Oak veneered with ebony and black and gold Japanese lacquer, tulipwood, holly and black stained holly, amaranth, gilt-bronze mounts, white marble

Secretary, ca. 1776
Attributed to Martin Carlin (French, ca. 1730–1785)
Oak; tulipwood, purplewood, holly, and sycamore veneer; porcelain and tôle painted to imitate porcelain; gilt bronze


18th century French Photographed at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

18th century French

18th century French Photographed at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

French oak secretaire 1780

Commode" - - English, 1763.
Japanese lacquer, japanned oak, gilt bronze, "verde antico" marble top.

High Chest of Drawers
1730 - 60
Japanese maple, birch and white pine

Secretaire à cylindre de Riesener
le boudoir de Marie-Antoinette
secretaire à cylindre réalisé par Jean Henri RIESENER en 1786. Il est en acier, bronze doré et nacre

MOLITOR, Bernard
Drop-front secretaire
c. 1789
Veneered oak, height 139 cm
Wallace Collection, London

Commode, ca. 1745–49
Charles Cressent (French, 1685–1768)
Pine and oak veneered with purplewood, mahogany, and bois satiné (bloodwood), gilt-bronze mounts, portor marble

Upright secretary (secrétaire à abattant), 18th century (ca. 1786–87)
Maker: Guillaume Beneman (French, active 1785–died 1792); Decoration possibly by Gilles-François Martin, Étienne-Jean Forestier, or Pierre-Phillipe Thomire Forestier (1751–1843); Modelers of gilt-bronze mounts: Louis-Simon Boizot (1743–1809) and Pierre Michaud; Decorators: Tournay and Bardin; Gilder: Galle (ca. 1786–87); Factory director: Jean Hauré (active 1774–after 1796)
Tulipwood, kingwood, holly, and mahogany veneered on oak; gilt-bronze, brèche d'Alep marble, leather

Миниатюрные кабинеты-часы

Jewel cabinet incorporating a watch, possibly before 1766
Signed by James Cox (English, ca. 1723–1800)
Agate, mounted in gilded copper and gilded brass and set with painted enamel plaques, and fruitwood

Miniature secretary incorporating a watch, ca. 1766–72, Signed by James Cox (English), Case: agate, with gold mounts, gilded brass, pearls, and paste jewels set in silver; dial: white enamel


Small desk (bonheur-du-jour), 1768
Martin Carlin (French, ca. 1730–1785)
Oak veneered with tulipwood, amaranth, stained sycamore and mahogany drawers, gilt-bronze mounts, Sèvres plaques

Механический стол-бюро

Mechanical table, ca. 1761–63
Stamped by Jean-François Oeben (French, 1721–1763) and Roger Vandercruse Lacroix (French, 1728–1799)
Oak veneered with mahogany, kingwood, and tulipwood with marquetry of mahogany, rosewood, holly, and various other woods, gilt-bronze mounts


Attributed to Jean-Pierre Latz, furniture worker; with floral marquetry by Jean-François Oeben, furniture worker
French, Paris, about 1750 - 1755


Attributed to Adam Weisweiler, furniture worker; three plaques gilded by Henry-François Vincent, le jeune, porcelain worker
French, Paris and Sèvres, about 1780 - 1783
Oak veneered with yew and mahogany; five soft-paste Sèvres porcelain plaques; gilt bronze mounts; white marble

Механический столик-бюро

Mechanical Writing and Toilet Table Jean-François Oeben
French, Paris, about 1750
Oak veneered with various dyed woods; iron mechanism; gilt-bronze mounts



Rococo Clock Cabinet

French secretary 18th century

Secretaire French (Paris) about 1785 attributed to Jean-Henri Riesener oak veneered with amaranth and ebony

Secretary on stand, 1775

Marie-Antoinette Sèvres cabinet

Secrétaire à cylindre

Rolltop Desk French (Paris) about 1788 designed by Bernard Molitor

Буль - мебель этого мастера будет в отдельном посте.------------------------

Superb piece by cabinet-maker Boulle

piece by cabinet-maker Boulle

------------------ столы-бюро-------------------------

Mechanical table, 1778
Jean-Henri Riesener (French, 1734–1806)
Oak veneered with bois satiné (bloodwood), holly, black stained holly, amaranth, berberis, stained sycamore, and green lacquered wood, gilt-bronze mounts;


Stamped by Martin Carlin, furniture worker; at least seven plaques gilded by Jean-Baptiste-Emmanuel Vandé, père, gilder
French, Paris and Sèvres, about 1778
Oak veneered with tulipwood; fourteen Sèvres soft-paste porcelain plaques; gilt bronze mounts; modern leather top

Writing table (bureau plat), 1759
Gilles Joubert (French, ca. 1689–1775)
Red and gold japanning on oak, gilt-bronze mounts, leather top

Bureau plat - Baron Basile de Schliching - Louvre Museum
Jean-François Oeben (1721-1763)

Столики,стулья, мягкая мебель и спальни будут в отдельных постах, также как Буль и pietre-dure мебель.

Еще посты про старинную мебель:http://marinni.livejournal.com/tag/%D0%A1%D0%A2%D0%90%D0%A0%D0%98%D0%9D%D0%9D%D0%90%D0%AF+%D0%9C%D0%95%D0%91%D0%95%D0%9B%D0%AC+%D0%98+%D0%98%D0%9D%D0%A2%D0%95%D0%A0%D0%AC%D0%95%D0%A0

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2009-06-29 08:35 (ссылка)
Какая же красота. А у вас, честно скажите, есть дома что-то подобное? . Я, каюсь, вывез комодик таки из дома дедушки, хоть бабушка и в протесте была.. Хоть он мне и никуда, а приятно..)))

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2009-06-29 09:08 (ссылка)
У меня много! И очень красивой, с тончайшей резьбой. Удалось собрать еще до того, как она стала сумасшедших денег стоить. А поскольку дом наш старинный, высокие потолки- то смотрится все очень хорошо. Жалко, у меня цифрового фотоаппарата нет, я бы выложила.

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2009-06-29 09:22 (ссылка)
Вы вполне можете устроить домашнюю частную экскурсию! Мы и сами придем и посмотрим:-))

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2009-06-29 09:43 (ссылка)
Вот ремонт бы еще сделать- тогда пожалуйста:)))

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2009-06-29 09:48 (ссылка)

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2009-06-29 09:14 (ссылка)
Вот похоже на это, но здесь бронза, а у меня подобная резьба из дерева, черного цвета. 50-60 годы 19 века.

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2009-06-29 09:20 (ссылка)

А как называет стиль столика из Chateau de Fontainebleau?

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2009-06-29 09:42 (ссылка)
Не нашла- какой столик?

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2009-06-29 09:48 (ссылка)
Это даже не столик, а бюро - с эмалевыми вставками, в навершие - две фигурки. Три фотографии ему посвящены, перед черно-белыми фотографми мебели Etienne Levasseur, почти в самом начале.

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2009-06-29 09:55 (ссылка)
Я так думаю, что это- настольный кабинет. Там фото было без описания. По-моему, в стиле "ренессанс", судя по декору. Он больше на кабинеты 17 века похож, такая же конструкция.

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2009-06-29 09:45 (ссылка)
Замечательно! А у Вас отдельно, кстати, азиатской лаковой мебели не было еще? Или я пропустила?

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2009-06-29 10:01 (ссылка)
Еще не было, и найти ее я пока в достаточном количестве не смогла. Я ее обожаю, и в музеях ее много. "Шинуазри" ведь был очень распространен. Но по мебели вобще очень сложно картинки хорошие найти, я эти с большим трудом с разных сайтов собирала... А лаковая мебель попадалась, в основном, современная и по качеству- ширпотреб. У меня давным-давно был каталог, гонконговский- вот там ее было много и красивейшей,с перламутром и рельефами.

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2009-06-29 10:26 (ссылка)
В таком случае, буду ждать:)

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2009-06-29 09:54 (ссылка)
потрясающие вещи!


2009-06-29 21:24 (ссылка)
Просто потрясающе, спасибо!


2010-01-29 18:31 (ссылка)
Куда там современой мебели браться к стариной.


2010-05-22 10:04 (ссылка)
Кстати там у вас есть комод работы Андре Шарля Буля о котором я уже упоминал.