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Commode tomb stamped Mondon, eighteenth century
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20000 € (port +150€)
Chest of drawers, Louis XV, XVIII

Large curved dresser in rosewood veneer inlaid in sheets in net frames.

It opens with 5 drawers on 3 rows.

The uprights and feet are arched. The three sides are curved.

Major ornaments of chased and gilded bronzes with foliated decoration, cartouches and umbilicals.
Falls, hooves and ass.

Side panels with double marquetry frame.

Tray of gray marble with beak of corbin.

Very beautiful colors of rosewood, commode strongly curved.

Stamped of F.A MONDON (François Antoine Mondon), with JME. Received Master Cabinetmaker in 1757.

Louis XV period, XVIIIth.


Certificate of authenticity provided by an independent expert.




The father, François MONDON was born in 1694. He became a master cabinetmaker of the law of Paris in 1737.

Installed in the shop "La Pie" in Faubourg St Antoine as almost all cabinetmakers, he made the design of the commodes his main specialty. Having begun to work at the time of the Regency style, he excels in the art of the chest of drawers in rosewood mainly inlaid in violet wood.

His success is such in the execution of the commodes that he even sells to some of his famous confreres: MIGEON buys three to him in 1743.

His son, Francois Antoine Mondon, received master in 1757, also installed in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine with his father, produces furniture of very high quality taking again the work of his father, especially commodes domes inlaid rosewood in the curve Pronounced ornamented with rich bronzes.
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