Offered by Gérardin et Cie
17th & 18th centuries Furniture and Statuary
Very beautiful Parisian chest of drawers, from the Regency period, in rosewood. It is curved on the front and on the sides.
It opens with three drawers adorned with a beautiful ornamentation of gilded bronzes: asymmetrical “left” and “right” rock handles, and keyhole entries with a bearded man's head.
The uprights are "pinched" and decorated with "Spanish".
This dresser has a beautiful curved pinkish gray marble.
The proportions, the beautiful bronzes and the characteristic “silhouette” of this chest of drawers (pronounced curve, pinched uprights, etc.) are similar to those produced by the famous cabinetmaker Etienne Doirat (1675-1732).
A chest of drawers stamped "E.DOIRAT" has the same general appearance and has "Spanish" similar to those of our chest of drawers. (see detail photo1)
Period early 18th century
The 18th century Parisian master cabinetmakers worked with the best bronziers of their time. We often find the same bronze model on the productions of several great cabinetmakers. Thus we can point out that the same locks with the head of a bearded man are found on a chest of drawers, stamped "MIGEON" (for Pierre IV Migeon 1696-1758)
(see detail photo 2)
Delevery information :
We deliver in France and abroad, either ourselves or through qualified carriers and freight forwarders.
6 800 €