Charles Topino (1725-1789), Transition Salon Table, XVIIIth flag

Charles Topino (1725-1789), Transition Salon Table, XVIIIth
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"Charles Topino (1725-1789), Transition Salon Table, XVIIIth"
Coffee table in tobacco wood veneer, rosewood and boxwood fillets decorated with vases, inkwell, flowers .... (see details), bronze and original gallery, opening with a drawer on the front, stamped C .TOPINO and Jurande punches. Transition period Louis XV / Louis XVI, 18th century. Charles Topino (circa 1742-1803) - cabinetmaker - master's degree obtained on July 4, 1773: A fertile cabinetmaker of the 18th century, a great creator of fancy furniture, Charles Topino's fame rests on his rich furniture and his marquetry of utensils. No doubt from Arras, Charles Topino began his career as a free worker at the Faubourg Saint-Antoine in Paris. He is the brother of the merchant-cabinetmaker Jean-Baptiste, known by the pseudonym Lebrund and the nephew of the painter Topino-Lebrun. Master in 1773, he was called in 1782 to the charge of deputy of the carpenter-cabinetmaker's jury. Recognized in France and abroad, Topino attracts a large clientele of mercer-mercers and fellow cabinetmakers like Boudin, Migeon or even Delorme but also French lords like the Marquis de Graville .....
Price:23000 €
Artist : Charles Topino
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Marqueterie
Diameter : 44,5
Height : 77
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