Pair of bronze and brass display cabinets by Charles Bernel.

Elegant pair of bronze and brass display cabinets opening on the front with a door that locks with a concealed bolt lock.
The interior has two removable and modular shelves, each resting on 4 bronze pegs.
The bottoms are in mirrors. All the glasses and mirrors are original.
Each Showcase is placed on a table designed to receive them. The tables, also signed by Charles Bernel, are Louis XVI style in rosewood marquetry, amaranth and tinted rosewood.
It rests on four sheath feet ending in bronze clogs.
Each foot has a bronze capital decorated with oves at the level of the belt.
Pair of high quality showcases made at the beginning of the 20th century by one of the great Parisian houses of the time.
Excellent original condition. The four elements each bear the label “Charles Bernel”
The Charles Bernel house (1869-1956) was a supplier of quality style furniture at the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century.
His workshops were then located at Passage Saint-Pierre Amelot in Paris.
He will notably supply the English court, in particular Queen Mary for Buckingham Palace, as well as the Danish court.

Width : Vitrine : 84 cm - Table : 86 cm.
Height : 176 cm. ( Vitrine : 99 cm - Table 77 cm).
Depth : Vitrine : 38 cm.- Table : 37 cm.

Category : Glazed cabinets
Style : Louis XVI
Period : 20th century

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