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Tomb Chest Of Drawers Stamped '' Ln Malle '' Period XVIII °
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"Tomb Chest Of Drawers Stamped '' Ln Malle '' Period XVIII °"
Elegant chest inlaid wood veneer inlaid with rosewood fringing in nets of light wood frame, stamped '' LN MALLE '' received Master on November 18, 1765. Curved front and sides, it opens by five drawers on three rows and has pinched amounts. This dresser, with elongated lines, is embellished with a rich ornamentation of Rococ style bronzes: entrances of locks, handles, falls and apron. She is wearing a gray veined brown marble surrounded by a beak of corbin. Dimensions: H.90 cm x L.132 cm x P.70cm France, Parisian work Stamped '' LN MALLE '' and '' JME '' (Jurande Master Cabinetmakers) on the right front right Bronzes original Epoque XVIII Our wink Renowned cabinetmaker established rue du Faubourg St. Antoine, Louis Noel Malle has a large workshop and a furniture store that cares his wife. In 1772, the Almanac des marchands said he made ebony, olive and also colored wood, as well as tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl. Malle also used veneer sheets, especially on Louis XV furniture such as small dressers and convenient tombs in the style of the Regency. Its production follows the evolution of the rock style. Bibliography: The French Furniture of the XVIIIth Century - Pierre Kjellberg - The Editions of the Amateur - 1989
Price:11500 €
Artist : L. N. Malle
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Bois de rose
Width : 132 cm
Height : 90 cm
Depth : 70 cm
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