BVRB stands for Bernard II van Risamburgh who became a master in 1735.
He was one of the first furniture makers who was entrusted by merchants such as Hérbert,
Lazare-Duvaux an Simon-Philippe Poirer, suppliers to the King, to make lacquered and porcelain-fitted furniture.
Dealers always refer to BVRB which can be more suitably remembered than
van Risamburgh or Risenburgh or Ressenburgh . . .