Charles Cressent

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Charles Cressent (1685-1768) was a French leading ébéniste and sculptor of the late Régence and early Rococo periods, becoming a master sculptor in 1719. He worked as both ébéniste and sculptor to the Regent, Louis Philippe, Duc d' Orléans. His furniture was often decorated with plain veneers, usually of satinwood and amaranth, or veneers in patterns of parquetry

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CHARLES CRESSENT (1685-1768)
A Fine Regence Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Kingwood Bureau Plat
A Fine Regence Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Kingwood Bureau Plat in the Manner of Charles Cressent. This fine bureau plat has a shaped top with a t...
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Adrian Alan
CHARLES CRESSENT (1685-1768)
A Louis XV style ormolu mounted kingwood and rosewood commode with marble top
After models by C. Cressent (Charles Cressent, maître 1720) The parquetry inlaid with cartouches and a decorative frieze, the convex front with t...
£25000
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
CHARLES CRESSENT (1685-1768)
An Important Regence Style Bureau Plat After Cressent
‘Bureau Plat à Têtes De Guerriers Antiques‘ - An Important Regence Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Kingwood and Tulipwood Bureau Plat After The Mod...
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Adrian Alan