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The exquisite marquetry panel on the door is inspired by the work of the eighteenth century royal cabinetmaker, Jean-François Oeben.
During the reign of Napoleon III this form of cabinet was once again the height of fashion and was made with numerous variations in the detailing of the mounts, marquetry and apron. A similar cabinet appears in François Linke's pocketbook, (Daybook 2, register number 57) dating to circa 1884, and is referred to by Christopher Payne in his book, François Linke, The Belle Epoque of French Furniture. Linke made furniture in Paris for several of the major London houses, such as Hampton's of Pall Mall, Maples, Edwards & Roberts as well as Holland & Sons.
|Height||95.00 cm||(37.40 inches)|
|Width||102.00 cm||(40.16 inches)|
|Depth||41.00 cm||(16.14 inches)|