Antique & Modern Living
Antique & Modern Living is located in South Godstone, UK
Hepplewhite Period Harewood Bonheur du jour
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A superb Hepplewhite period harewood and floral marquetry inlaid Bonheur Du Jour. Raised on cabriole legs with serpentine front and shaped sides, a single frieze drawer with pencil cedar linings and writing slide. The upper section with drawers and compartments. This piece is of exceptional quality and has beautiful inlay to almost every surface, it is also in very good condition a retains a good faded colour and patina. 1130mm high, 970mm wide and 450mm deep. English. Circa 1785. N.B. Bonheur Du Jour in French means "Daytime delight" and is a type of Lady's writing desk introduced into Paris in the 1760's and quickly became very fashionable and was soon being made in London.
Antique & Modern Living has clarified that the Hepplewhite Period Harewood Bonheur du jour (LA323205) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Circa 1785
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This Hepplewhite Period Harewood Bonheur du jour is located in South Godstone, UK