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French Louis XV Bureau de pente by Jean François Hache around 1761
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Period :
18th century
Artist :
Jean-François HACHE
Provenance :
France, Grenoble
Medium :
Black lacquered wood
Dimensions :
l. 33.86 inch X H. 36.61 inch X P. 18.11 inch
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French Louis XV Bureau de pente by Jean François Hache around 1761

Very rare desk "de pente" Louis XV black lacquered. He wears the stamp "Hache Fils à Grenoble" and the label of Jean-François HACHE.
It opens on the facade with a flap frieze as the cross.
Inside there are steps and four small drawers curved (Two secret compartments are hidden in boxes under drawers).
In the right drawer there is the label (referenced in the work of Pierre and Françoise Rouge "Type I" around 1761-1763). On the left drawer there is the stamp of Jean-François Hache (used from 1760).
This elegant office rests on a curved base finished with hooves characteristic of the workshop of Hache.

Grenoblois work
Wear the label of Jean-François Hache and the stamp "Hache fils à Grenoble"
18th century

Historical annecdote : In keeping with the tastes of their time, Pierre and Jean François Hache have produced several black lacquered wood furniture (see the photo for reference). A red wooden dresser is also known.
In the 18th century, the use of stained wood was very fashionable and every cabinetmaker had its own manufacturing secrets. Thus in 1756 a tint of stained wood in the studio of Pierre Hache is the subject of a resounding trial which the Departmental Archives of Grenoble still keep track today.

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Desk & Secretaire Louis XV

18th century
European Lacquer Dos d'Ane Desk
18th century
Louis XV Bureau plat
18th century
French Louis XV Bureau Plat