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Charles-joseph Lemarchand Louis XVI Period Mahogany Table Rafraichissoir Circa 1790

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"Charles-joseph Lemarchand Louis XVI Period Mahogany Table Rafraichissoir Circa 1790"
Charles-Joseph Lemarchand Louis XVI Period Mahogany Table Rafraichissoir Circa 1790

An elegant and decorative mahogany table rafraichissoir, the upper part in white marble features two small silvered-bronze refreshment vases, a drawer in the belt, the furniture resting on four lovely legs joined by two mahogany shelves, terminated by gilt-bronze casters.

Our gorgeous furniture is stamped by Charles -Joseph Lemarchand.
Late French Louis XVI period, beautiful Parisian work circa 1790.

Measurements: H 29.13 In. - W 18.89 In. - D 18.89 In.

In fine condition of conservation, we have varnished this table rafraichissoir in our workshops of restoration, museum quality.

Charles-Joseph Lemarchand: 1759 - 1826 January 15th. French Master 1789 May 17th.

Born in the French city of Dieppe, he first lived on rue des Tournelles (Paris). When he received his French Master's degree, on the eve of the Revolution, he worked on rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, where he remained until 1807. He then settled in rue du Pas-de-la-Mule. In 1791, he receives an order from the Garde-Meuble de la. Crown and delivers, in particular, 18th-century mahogany commodes for the castle of Saint-Cloud. Later, he will provide the imperial palaces. His son, Louis Edouard, will succeed him. The furniture executed by Lemarchand in the 18th century is typically late Louis XVI period. Almost all of them are made of mahogany and have very simple shapes without any decoration, except for moldings and sometimes very fine copper rods. Some of them - chests of drawers, dining room sideboards, display cabinets - rest on pedestals. Very rare models are veneered with other materials than mahogany, especially lemon.

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