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Inlaid Mirror Attributed To Thomas Hache, 17th Century
Inlaid Mirror Attributed To Thomas Hache, 17th Century - Mirrors, Trumeau Style Louis XIV Inlaid Mirror Attributed To Thomas Hache, 17th Century -
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Period :
17th century
Artist :
Attribué à Thomas Hache
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Native fruit woods (walnut, cherry, poplar, sycamore ...)
Dimensions :
l. 34.65 inch X H. 38.98 inch
Mirrors, Trumeau  - Inlaid Mirror Attributed To Thomas Hache, 17th Century
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Inlaid Mirror Attributed To Thomas Hache, 17th Century

Large mirror in marquetry of fruit wood (walnut, cherry, sycamore, poplar) and "burnt" wood.
The frame presents friezes of foliage scrolls, florets and festoon alternating light and dark wood.
This rich ornamentation is carried out with the technique of wood "burnt with hot sand" which allows to draw shadows on the wood.
The border of the mirror is blackened wood enhanced with a light wood net.
This mirror can be attributed to the famous Grenoble cabinetmaker Thomas Hache.

Dauphiné, attributed to Thomas Hache
Native fruit woods (walnut, cherry, poplar, sycamore ...)
Mercury mirror
Original wrought iron hook
Circa 1695

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