Cabinet, workshop of Pierre Gole (1620 - 1685), Paris, around 1665, marquetry of wood and bone on ebony background, gilded bronze ornaments. Musee du Cinquantenaire (Brussels, Belgium). Made with RealityCapture.
Pierre Gole, privileged supplier of the king Louis XIV, had received, in 1651, the envied title of cabinetmaker of the King. He will pave the way for his successor, A.C. Boulle, whose reputation has long obscured the merit of P. Gole.
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