Offered by Gérardin et Cie
17th & 18th centuries Furniture and Statuary
This elegant chest of drawers known as "sauteuse" bears the stamp of the Parisian cabinetmaker Jean Holthausen, received Master on August 17, 1764.
It is curved on the front and on the sides.
It has a decoration inlaid with rosewood and amaranth with green tinted wood threads.
It has two drawers decorated with charming "transition" bronzes which elegantly blend the ornamental vocabulary of Louis XV and Louis XVI styles (leaves, volutes, urns and knots).
The amounts are pinched and curved. They are decorated with gilded bronze falls. The feet are decorated with clogs.
This beautiful dresser is topped with a pink gray marble.
Stamped "J.HOLTHAUSEN" and "JME" (Jurande of Master Cabinetmakers) on the right rear upright
Jean Holthausen is a Parisian cabinetmaker from Germany. He became Master on August 17, 1764. He established his workshop in Paris rue Traversière. His furniture is often in rosewood or violet wood or amaranth marquetry.
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10 000 €