This marquetry mirror can be attributed to Thomas Hache around 1695.
It has on the frame a beautiful decoration inlaid with foliage, acanthus leaves and oak leaves made with the technique of "wood burned in hot sand".
There are also inlaid geometric shapes, hearts in the corners, and a frieze of light wood and blackened wood.
The mirror is beveled and mercury.
Thomas Hache moved to Grenoble after completing his apprenticeship and his Tour de France in the 1695s.
We can see in this mirror the memory of the work of his Father Christmas Hache in the Toulouse family workshop.
However, the use of native woods (walnut, sycamore ...) indicates that it is undoubtedly a Dauphinoise production by Thomas Hache.
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