Beautiful chest of drawers in palissandre and walnut veneer. It opens with three large drawers on a slightly curved front. The front uprights have flat fields with a bulge in the lower part characteristic of Thomas Hache. The sides are straight with an overhang at the back. The top of the chest of drawers is made of a superb wooden top veneered with rosewood forming geometrical patterns, and surrounded by a bronze ingot mould.
The frame as well as the inside of the drawers are in fir.
The chest of drawers is adorned with chiseled and regilded bronze "garniture" such as handles, lock entries, scraps, and apron.
It is a work from the "Dauphiné" (Grenoble), made by Thomas Hache (1664-1747) before 1930. This piece of furniture is accompanied by a certificate by François Rouge, an expert specialized in the work of the Hache dinasty in Grenoble.
8 500 €