STATUS : SOLD
PRICE : NC.
CONDITION : Excellent
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Large rosewood marquetry wardrobe, opening with two large doors - with oak veneer inside - that kept their wrought iron locksmiths and cremone. Our piece of furniture is entirely veneered on oak. Very heavy, it can be completely dismantled for transport. Louis XV production, 1750s-60s. CC Saunier stamp and JME jurande hallmark.
Claude Charles Saunier, received master in 1752 is one of the most prestigious French cabinetmakers of 18th century. Coming from a cabinetmakers family, he took over from his father Jean Charles in 1765 and quickly got a great reputation by working for large merchants like Daguerre who gave him an international clientele. He was also a regular supplier of Versailles during Louis XVI reign. His career started under the Louis XV style, but most of his production is related to Transition and Louis XVI style. Our wardrobe undoubtedly comes from the beginning of his great, long career.
Large format, not too high : our piece of furniture is easy to place even in a modern home.
Beautiful collector's item, rare. Our wardrobe has been fully restored with a traditional varnish. Beautiful original iron key.
The cabinet can be completely dismantled for transport.
Height : 196cm
Width : 140cm
Depth : 65cm
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