Rare mirror with "double profil inversé", in marquetry, attributed to Thomas Hache around 1695.
It has a superb decoration inlaid with foliage scrolls and flowers on the frame. This decor is made of "burnt" sycamore and walnut wood.
There is a blackened wooden border that frames the central mirror.
Thomas Hache moved to Grenoble after completing his apprenticeship and his Tour de France in the 1695s.
We perceive in this inlaid mirror the memory of the work of his Father Noël Hache in the Toulouse family workshop.
However Thomas Hache uses native woods (walnut, sycamore ...) unlike his father Noël.
Several boxes reproduced in the Génie des Hache by P. Rouge (p.120, 126), have a frieze of foliage scrolls similar to the frame of our mirror.
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1 250 €