"Small Bureau In Cherry. Louis XV Period. Traces Of Stamp"very élégant little desk, in cherry wood, all sides, with decoration inlaid with diamonds.
The scalloped top, the curved front and sides, it opens with four drawers and a zipper. It rests on curved feet on casters.
Louis XV period
Traces of stamp.
This small office inevitably brings to mind the famous family of cabinetmakers, the HACHE from Grenoble.
The most famous is certainly Jean François HACHE, 1730-1796. Cabinet maker of the Duke of Orleans, his workshops, prosperous, provide all types of furniture, from the most classic to the most amazing, desks, corner tables, game tables or dressers or ladies' toilets, knitting needles, bidets, screens, mills coffee! It mainly uses indigenous woods, such as walnut, wild cherry, poplar or maple; The shapes are fluid and light, on a fir frame, leaving plenty of room for the marquetry of these woods, since the bronzes are generally quite succinct.
This small desk, whose curved shape is very worked, and the rhombus marquetry, omnipresent, is a beautiful example of this very great influence ...