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Chest of drawers stamped C.I Dufour, between 1759 and 1780
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15800 € (port +150€)
Chest of drawers, Louis XV, XVIII

Chest of drawers inlaid rosewood and rosewood.
Opening with 5 drawers with reserves in front and decorated with opulent bronzes.
A lively apron, the dresser is topped with a royal red marble.
Wooden key for the secret closure of the small central drawer.

Stamped C.I Dufour and JME.
Epoque Eighteenth, between 1759 and 1780. Posterior locks.

Length: 132.5 cm
Depth: 65 cm
Height: 84.5 cm

Charles-Joseph Dufour was born in 1740. Master December 3, 1759, He worked until 1769 before settling in Faubourg Saint-Antoine. He is a specialist Louis XV chests that he particularly likes. In particular, he received orders from merchant-mercers. One of his dressers was in the old Demachy collection. He also intervened as an expert during the succession of Joseph Baumhauer, cabinetmaker privileged of the King.
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