Transition Marquetry Commode Stamped J.f Dubut Eighteenth

18th century
Louis XV style, Transition
From: 06400, CANNES, France

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    Rare and precious chest of drawers with double central projection known as Greek style in satin wood veneer inlaid in quarte-feuille in frames, it opens with three rows of drawers without crossbar on the front, the side panels out, the base cut out, it is adorned with its original gilded bronzes; pull rings, bowls, offcuts, clogs, keyholes, apron with covered vase; locks present; key reported, it is topped with its red marble from the Pyrenees ("great mixture") in the original shape and moldings in perfect condition, it rests on four arched feet the rounded front uprights, oak darkening, it is stamped two both from JFDUBUT and from JME work from the Transition Louis XV / Louis XVI period in used condition (leaving the residence; old accidents and crimps in the veneer on one side and on the base of the feet) dimensions; Height 86.5cm length (at marble) 111cm width (at marble) 52cm. Around 1760
    (This type of chest of drawers said to the Greek was a major success at the Court see bibio as such)
    Bibio: Jean-François DUBUT (...? / 1778) is present at the Musée des arts décoratifs in Paris, at the Louvre museum, at the Comondo museum in Paris, at the Hermitage museum in Saint Petersburg, he is noticed by the extreme high quality of his works in veneer and furniture adorned with lacquer, According to some authors he would have been received Master cabinetmaker in 1755, according to others he would never have applied for the Masters benefiting from the remarkable quality of; "craftsman. privileged of the King "dispensing him from the mastery to stamp his works (remaining subject to the Jurande) for more information see the Kjelberg page 283 edition of 1998 and the Salverte edition 1934l Certificate will be delivered, FURNISHED RARE


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