Small Louis XV chest of drawers known as "sauteuse", curved on the front and on the sides.
It bears the stamp of the Parisian cabinetmaker Sébastien Vié, received Master on October 5, 1767.
It is in marquetry of violet wood and rosewood.
It has a beautiful ornamentation of gilded and finely chiseled bronzes on the drawers, the uprights, as well as on the apron.
This chest of drawers rests on four curved legs adorned with delicate gilt bronze clogs.
She wears a royal red marble with a corbin's beak.
Rosewood, violet wood
Stamped "S.VIE" and "JME" (for Jurande of Master Cabinetmakers) on the front right upright
Formerly repaired marble
Sébastien Vié is a Parisian cabinetmaker received Master on October 5, 1767.
He worked rue de Faubourg-Saint-Antoine and mainly produces Louis XV furniture of good quality.
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