Pretty dresser Louis XV called "jumping", curved on three sides, 18th century. It has two drawers with moldings enhanced with black. The amounts are decorated with reserves also enhanced with black. This charming dresser rests on feet "pastille" which allow to attribute it to the workshop of Hache, probably Jean-François, around 1770. The plateau, which follows the curve of the sides, is surrounded by a beak of corbin.
Grenoble work Attributed to Jean-François Hache
Historical annecdote: The origin of the foot "pellet" comes from the stylization of the volute foot. It is Pierre Hache who invents this new form probably around 1730-1740. We find these feet "pastille" on furniture by Pierre and Jean-François Hache, marquetry and natural wood.
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