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Carlin, Martin (b.c 1730, d.1785) c. 1775 Paris,  (secrétaire à abattant or secrétaire en cabinet) porcelain plaques by Sèvres Manufactory. Oak carcass veneered with sycamore,tulipwood, boxwood, purpleheart and ebony; with ten soft-paste porcelain plaques and gilt-bronze mounts Waddesdon Manor

Carlin, Martin (b.c 1730, d.1785) c. 1775 Paris, (secrétaire à abattant or secrétaire en cabinet) porcelain plaques by Sèvres Manufactory. Oak carcass veneered with sycamore,tulipwood, boxwood, purpleheart and ebony; with ten soft-paste porcelain plaques and gilt-bronze mounts Waddesdon Manor

Plant Stand Martin Carlin  Plaques made by the Sèvres porcelain factory c. 1776-77

Plant Stand Martin Carlin Plaques made by the Sèvres porcelain factory c. 1776-77

A gilt-bronze-mounted ebony inlaid satinwood and vernis Martin bureau à cylindre stamped twice C.C. Saunier JME Louis XVI, circa 1785 with a three-quarter galleried white veined marble top above three drawers, the roll-top revealing a fitted interior with three drawers veneered in kingwood and tulipwood with fruitwood banding,

A gilt-bronze-mounted ebony inlaid satinwood and vernis Martin bureau à cylindre stamped twice C.C. Saunier JME Louis XVI, circa 1785 with a three-quarter galleried white veined marble top above three drawers, the roll-top revealing a fitted interior with three drawers veneered in kingwood and tulipwood with fruitwood banding,

MARIE-ANTOINETTE, QUEEN OF FRANCE & NAVARRE -Drop-front desk, Gilt Bronze, French ca.1787. Original Photograph by Christian Orlov, 2016. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, Spring 2016. The combination of a Sévres plaque with Wedgwood medallions is very unusual. Among the treasured possessions of Marie-Antoinette to the marchand mercies Dominique Daguerre shortly after a mob invaded Versailles in 1789.

MARIE-ANTOINETTE, QUEEN OF FRANCE & NAVARRE -Drop-front desk, Gilt Bronze, French ca.1787. Original Photograph by Christian Orlov, 2016. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, Spring 2016. The combination of a Sévres plaque with Wedgwood medallions is very unusual. Among the treasured possessions of Marie-Antoinette to the marchand mercies Dominique Daguerre shortly after a mob invaded Versailles in 1789.

Coffer and table  Sèvres porcelain factory (porcelain manufacturer)  c 1824

Coffer and table Sèvres porcelain factory (porcelain manufacturer) c 1824

Exceptionnelle commode d'époque ..., mis en vente lors de la vente "Tapis, Mobilier, Objets d’Art" à Hôtel des Ventes de Genève | Auction.fr

Exceptionnelle commode d'époque ..., mis en vente lors de la vente "Tapis, Mobilier, Objets d’Art" à Hôtel des Ventes de Genève | Auction.fr

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Neoclassicism Part I: This writing desk was created by Martin Carlin, who was a famous furniture maker. His works are characterized by porcelain inset panels. During this time in France, no ebony was used to make furniture and pieces were created with complex patterns and designs.

Neoclassicism Part I: This writing desk was created by Martin Carlin, who was a famous furniture maker. His works are characterized by porcelain inset panels. During this time in France, no ebony was used to make furniture and pieces were created with complex patterns and designs.

Commode Transition, Martin Carlin, 1775, Main material : Amaranth; 121.5 x 87.5 x 57 cm; for sale at Perrin Antiquaires.

Commode Transition, Martin Carlin, 1775, Main material : Amaranth; 121.5 x 87.5 x 57 cm; for sale at Perrin Antiquaires.

Martin CARLIN (vers 1730 - 1785)  Secrétaire à abattant  Vers 1780  ParisEstampillé : Martin Carlin  Bâti de chêne ; placage d'ébène, bois de rose et d'amarante, bois fruitiers ; aventurine, mosaïque de marbres et pierres dures sur ardoise ; bronze doré, fer laqué en noir, marbre brocatelle d'Espagne  Collection de la princesse de La Tour d'Auvergne ; collection deM. et Mme Raoul Ancel ; acquis par dation, 1988  | Musée du Louvre | Paris

Martin CARLIN (vers 1730 - 1785) Secrétaire à abattant Vers 1780 ParisEstampillé : Martin Carlin Bâti de chêne ; placage d'ébène, bois de rose et d'amarante, bois fruitiers ; aventurine, mosaïque de marbres et pierres dures sur ardoise ; bronze doré, fer laqué en noir, marbre brocatelle d'Espagne Collection de la princesse de La Tour d'Auvergne ; collection deM. et Mme Raoul Ancel ; acquis par dation, 1988 | Musée du Louvre | Paris

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