Very beautiful Louis XIV mirror entirely inlaid with native woods : blackened wood moldings and alternating frames of light and dark wood.
An elegant frieze of leaf foliage adorns this decor.
We will also notice a set of geometric reserves whose corner pieces have the shape of stylized hearts.
This mirror is attributed to the famous Grenoble cabinetmaker Thomas Hache (November 28, 1664 - 13 mail 1747).
H. 69 cm x L. 62 cm
Walnut inlay, boxwood, elm burl, submerged oak
Attributed to Thomas Hache
France - Grenoble
Period early 18th century
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4 500 €