"Small Antique Table Transition Louis XV Louis XVI Mahogany Stamped Cosson."Small oval shaped table blond mahogany and mahogany veneer. It opens with three small drawers in front and rests on small arched feet, joined by a crotch tray kidney shaped. Amounts fluted, white marble top with gallery. On the transition period Louis XV Louis XVI. COSSON stamp and punch guild. Jacques Laurent Cosson: born in 1737, died on April 4, 1812. Master 4 September 1765. This renowned cabinetmaker rue de Charonne is established in a building with the sign of the "Great Monarch". It provides some of his colleagues, and MIGEON MOREAU in particular, and upholsterers. Some rare furniture with Sèvres porcelain, dresser varnish imittant the Coromandel lacquer may have been specially commissioned by them. Indeed, the production COSSON has, overall, more sober design furniture, Louis XVI for most. The most typical: dressers, dishes offices, cylinders, secretaries, are plated with mahogany with strict supervision gilded bronze rods. COSSON also used skillfully to other wood veneers, including rosewood and marquetry in geometric patterns, to dress furniture of different types.