"Stamped By François Bayer, French Transition Period Bloodwood And Mahogany Commode"Stamped by François Bayer, French Transition Period Bloodwood and Mahogany Commode.
Elegant and decorative serpentine commode called «sauteuse» in Bloodwood and Mahogany veneer. Opening by two large front drawers. The chest rests in lovely serpentine legs. Beautiful Sainte-Anne Grey Marble top. Original gilt-bronze hardware.
Beautiful Transition Period work stamped and crafted in Paris by François Bayer circa 1764-1774.
The Transition Period (1760-1770) formed a bridge between the Louis XV and Louis XVI styles.
Dimensions: H 35.03 In. - W 48.62 In. - D 23,81 In.
The commode is in a fine condition, recently restored in our workshops.
French cabinetmaker - Master December 5th 1764 in Paris.
It specialized in marquetry furniture.
His worship was in Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine and Rue Saint-Honoré.
Petite table Transition - Victoria and Alobert Museum - Londres.
Commode Louis XVI à ressaut carré - Cleveland Museum of Art.
Le Mobilier Français du XVIIIème Siècle - Pierre Kjellberg - Les Editions de l'Amateur - 2002.
Les ébénistes du XVIIIe siècle - Comte François de Salverte - Les éditions d'Art et d'Histoire - 1934.