Exceptional slope desk, four sides, made of veined olive veneer, in sheets, thread and magnifying glass, stamped Hache in Grenoble (circa 1735-1745)
On the flap the design of the reserves, delimited by nets, is typically in the Regency style and falls in the manner of Pierre Hache as well as the curved belt opening with two drawers.
The reserves of the back of the office present with refinement of the diamonds connected by nets.
Inside this secretary discovers four curved drawers. The top of the locker is entirely decorated with tinted arabesques.
This desk rests on four legs with a particularly sinuous and powerful curve. The outside of the feet is highlighted with a light wooden net to confirm the elegance of the curve.
The underside of the flap is trimmed with a brown morocco accented with a gold border with small irons.
This secretary is stamped HACHE A GRENOBLE three times: on an interior drawer and the two drawers in a belt.
Stamp of Pierre Hache (December 28, 1703 - June 3, 1776)
A completely similar model is listed in the book by Pierre and Françoise Rouge - Le Génie des Hache - pages 342/343. (see attached photo)
H. 91 cm x W. 102 cm x D. 50 cm
France / Grenoble
In a perfect state
Period XVIII ° (around 1735-1745)
The notoriety of Pierre Hache exceeds that of his father, Thomas, to whom he succeeds.
From 1725, he worked in the paternal workshop, place Claveyson in Grenoble and, in 1757, he received, like his father, the certificate of Guard and Cabinetmaker from the Duke of Orleans.
He is the first of the Hache whose works are known thanks to a stamp, "Hache à Grenoble", applied using two separate irons.
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