Elegant chiffonnière table inlaid, on all four sides, with rosewood reserves highlighted with boxwood nets and green stained wood in amaranth frames.
It opens with three drawers on the front and rests on curved legs surmounted by gilded bronze hooves.
This charming little piece of furniture from the Transition period is topped with a marble '' Brèche d'Alep '' framed by a gallery in gilded bronze and openwork.
Carries on the reverse of its rear crosspiece the stamp C. TOPINO
Charles Topino famous Parisian cabinetmaker received Master on July 14, 1773
Dimensions: L. 50 cm x H. 74 cm x D. 33 cm
France, Parisian work
Rosewood, amaranth, boxwood fillets
Stamped Charles Topino
Probably born in Arras, Charles Topino settled in Paris in 1745 and worked as a free worker in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine.
He has worked for many cabinetmakers including some of great renown such as Boudin, Migeon, Denizot, Moreau, Delorme, Tuart ....
His production is distinguished by very personal and very good quality works, which essentially belong to the Transition and Louis XVI styles.
His fertile imagination never ceased to invent charming and diverse pieces of furniture, always with perfect grace and finish. All the furniture stamped with its stamp has a particular cachet of graceful finesse.
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