Paris, around 1745-1749, attributed to Jacques Dubois (1693-1763).

A very large Louis XV chest of drawers with cambered doors on the sides and two central drawers in the center.

This imposing piece of furniture is v-shaped veneered in satiné and decorated with rich inlaid floral vines in rosewood, kingwood, and boxwood. The artful veneer with its intricate inlays recalls the effect of moiré silk.

The chest of drawers has the original fire-gilded fittings, with the c-couronné hallmark, the tax stamp for copper (cuivre) used between 1745 and 1749. Also, the Bréche d'Alep marble top is original and well-preserved.

Height: 87 cm, width: 128 cm, depth: 64 cm



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