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Commode parisienne stamped Fromageau, XVIIIe
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2800 € (port +150€)
Chest of drawers, Louis XIV, XVIII

Chest of drawers in walnut blond opening with four drawers in three rows.

Its facade is slightly curved.

Typical of the productions of the Ile de France of the first half of the 18th century.

Elegant handles of prints.

Molded sides to chapel. Red Royal marble top.

It bears the double stamp on each amount of Fromageau.

The locks work.

Restoration of use.

Length: 110 cm
Depth: 58 cm
Height: 86.5 cm

The son of a master carpenter, Jean Baptiste Fromageau, born about 1725, set up his studio on rue Traversiére before settling in rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine. The Dauphin almanac mentions his house as one of the most important in Paris. Its abundant production is very diverse. He specializes in both luxury cabinetry and carpentry.
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