Small table in rosewood veneer and native wood inlaid with flowers, opening by three drawers, the upper one forming a writing desk with its leather-wrapped shelf and inkwells, ornamented with chased and gilded bronzes, stamped François Rübestück (received Master in 1766) and Jurande stamp, Louis XV period.
Provenance: Former collection of Madame Houdart.
Received Master on May 7, 1766, François Rübestück finally settled in Rue de Charenton to make high quality furniture.
If he excelled in furniture covered with European varnish with Chinese decoration, he also made furniture frequently inlaid with flowers or very different attributes such as those of Music for example.
JME Hallmark of Jurande: Hallmark of control of the jurors of the guild of the Carpenters and Cabinetmakers of Paris.
The Masters are required to stamp with their name the works they carry out.
Chosen from among them, the jurors of the corporation are responsible for regularly checking the quality of their work and affixing the JME hallmark.
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