Elegant Louis XV chest of drawers called "sauteuse", with two drawers without crosspiece. It is curved on the front and on the sides.
On the drawers there is a very beautiful floral marquetry (rosewood, violet wood, amaranth and green tinted wood), with a vase of flowers, and `` Greek '' threads which announce the Transition style.
The gilded and finely chiseled bronzes are original.
This chest of drawers has four curved legs adorned with delicate gilt bronze shoes.
She wears a Belgian royal red marble.
It bears the stamp of the famous Parisian cabinetmaker Charles Chevallier received Master before 1738.
Rosewood, amaranth, violet wood, green stained wood
Stamped twice "C. CHEVALLIER" on the front right upright
Charles Chevallier was born in 1700 in a family which had several prestigious cabinet makers (his older brother is Jean Mathieu Chevallier). Received master before 1738 he signed his productions: C. Chevallier.
He settled in rue du Bac in Paris; his furniture is decorated with flower inlays, geometric designs, or Chinese lacquer.
His inventory after death mentions a large number of chests of drawers "of Indian wood with flowers."
Antoine-Mathieu Criard took over his workshop after his death.
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