Neorenaissance-Bonheur du Jour Nussbaum, furniert und ebonisiert. Fein gravierte Elfenbeineinlagen. — Möbel, Lampen, Spiegel, Einrichtung, Bauernschrank, Refektoriumstisch, Biedermeier, Kommode
Desk (Bonheur du Jour) Martin Carlin (French, born near Freiburg im Breisgau ca. 1730–1785 Paris, master 1766) Factory: Porcelain plaques by Sèvres Manufactory (1740–present) Decorator: Plaques decorated by Jean-Jacques Pierre the Younger (active 1763–1800) Decorator: and Guillaume Noël (active 1755–1807) Decorator: and Denis Levé (active 1754–93, 1795–1805) Date: ca. 1769
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.
Chair, France, 1905.
Jean-Baptiste Vinceneux (ca. 1726–ca. 1795, active 1750–86). Stand (piètement) for a model of La Samaritaine, 1773. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, 1983 (1983.185.7)
Antique French Walnut Armoire Converted to Wine Cabinet. Repurpose. Wine Cellar.