Attributed to Maxime Secretant


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Attributed to Maxime Secretant

A Fine Pair Of Louis XVI Style Bleu Turquin Marble Urns

FRANCE, Circa 1890

REF No. B71660

The bronze mounts stamped with inter-linked monogram 'SM, 818', one with 'JJ'.

dimensions

Height :41 cm | 16¹/₈ in
Diameter :45 cm | 17³/₄ in

description

A Fine Pair Of Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Bleu Turquin Marble Urns With Satyr Masks, Attributed to Maxime Secrétant.

maker

Maxime Secretant established a workshop producing fine quality furniture in the eighteenth century style at 74, rue Amelot, Paris. For some time he worked in association with his half-brother Leon Duval, who had been an apprentice with Gervais Durand, the well known ébéniste.
It is exceptionally rare to find a piece of signed furniture by Secretant.
Makers Bibliography:
D. Ledoux-Lebard, Le mobilier français du XIXe siècle, Paris 1984; S.575.

Maxime Secretant

A Fine Pair Of Louis XVI Style Bleu Turquin Marble Urns







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