"Stamped Jc Ellaume - Louis XV Commode -"Elegant Louis XV commode inlaid rosewood and amaranth. Fine silouette with small arched feet The frame is made of oak and the drawers are made of softwood. It opens with 5 drawers on 3 rows Marquetry quality and beautiful thickness. beautiful set of bronzes, handles of prints, entrances of locks, chisels and chiseled and gilded hooves. The floor is capped with a red marble, formerly restored, a thickness of 3 cm Locks absent, but possible to find .. The marble and bronzes are original. Stamped twice "JC ELLAUME" on crossbeam and right upright, with punch Jurande JME (see photos) Period Louis XV - 18th century Jean Charles ELLAUME is received Master November 6, 1754. He opened his workshop street cross where, for 30 years ago, he produced quality furniture, including chests of drawers and flat desks, mostly in the Louis XV style, all in rosewood veneer or violet wood framed by rosewood or amaranth. The ornaments of bronzes are elegant and chiseled with finesse. ELLAUME was considered, in his time, as an excellent cabinetmaker.