Louis XV chest of drawers, stamped Lardin received Master in 1750. This dresser generously curved front and sides has a rosewood marquetry and rosewood. It opens with four drawers on three rows adorned with reserves of fillets of rosewood.
The uprights are elegantly "pinched" and embellished with exuberant gilt bronze falls that extend to the feet. The lower cross, fretted, is embellished with a bronze ornament "Rocaille" combining foliage and volutes.
This dresser is topped with a "royal red" marble with a beak
Rosewood and rosewood marquetry
Stamped on the two uprights "LARDIN" and "JME"
Historical annecdote : André-Antoine Lardin (1724 - August 10, 1790) is a Parisian cabinetmaker received Master on July 1, 1750. Among his production is a large number of high-quality commodes of marquetry . (Bibliography: French furniture of the eighteenth century, Dictionary of cabinetmakers and carpenters, Volume 2, edition of the Amateur, 1989)
2 900 €
Price : on request