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Commode tomb stamped C.I Dufour, between 1759 and 1780
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8500 € (port +150€)
Chest of drawers, Louis XV, XVIII

Tomb chest of drawers in rosewood and rosewood marquetry.

Opening with 5 drawers with reserves in front and adorned with opulent bronzes.

A lively apron, the chest of drawers is topped with royal red marble.

Wooden key for secret closing of the small central drawer.

Stamped C.I Dufour and JME.


18th century, between 1759 and 1780. Later locks.

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


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