Toilet table in walnut, blackened wood, ebony nets, burr sycamore.
It rests on cambered feet, with small blackened chamfers.
It opens with two side flaps, a central flap adjustable mirror inside, in the belt with small drawers and pull sheathed in black leather decorated with small irons.
It presents an interesting decoration characteristic of the works of Jean François Hache in Grenoble: large ebony fillets, simulated flutes, medallions surrounded by boxwood fillets in burr sycamore.
In the small drawer remains the rest of the label of the workshop, model number XII in the classification of Fonvieille (1780 - 1785)
Documentation: " le génie des Haches, Pierre Rouge, pp 442 to 444
Very well balanced and very aesthetic piece of furniture, still in transition style, with an elegant base.
Very nice original condition, no joints on the feet.
Work from Grenoble at the end of the 18th century