In mahogany and mahogany veneer, it opens to a large drawer simulating three drawers, a cylinder discovering three niches punctuated by fluted posts, shelves and simulated drawers. Five drawers in the belt, one of which has been modified to accommodate a chest. Ornamented with finely chased and gilded bronzes such as drapery-shaped catches, falls and disks. It rests on four sheath feet ending in a square molded base.
Accidents and missing parts.
H. 126 W. 124 D. 67 cm
David Roentgen (1743-1807), received master in 1780.
Although he lived in Neuwied near Coblence, David Roentgen was received as a master in Paris in 1780.
In the death inventory of Pierre Charles Bonnefoy du Plan in 1824, we find in a salon on the street
found in a living room on the street: "a mahogany cylinder secretary with a top of the same wood, with a keyhole and
and rosettes in gilded copper... valued at 150 francs.