Vitrine, Jean-Francois Hache (1730-1796) zugeschrieben, Frankreich, um 1795


fine vitrine or display cabinet with moulded cornice and frieze marquetry above canted corners inlaid to simulate fluting, with a glazed front opening to reveal three glass shelves, with glazed sides, on square tapering legs. A high quality vitrine with burr Amboina and what appears ebony and boxwood marquetry. Burr Amboina is a valuable veneer famously used over generations by the ebenist family Hache. Jean-Francois Hache (1730-1796) was the most well-known cabinetmaker of the dynasty. The use of burr Amboina veneer, the elaborate marquetry and design of the bordering bands appear to be a strong reference to Jean-Francois Hache.


PERIOD: late 18th century
PLACE OF ORIGIN: France
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: burr Amboina, boxwood, marquetry
CONDITION: Excellent. In mint restored condition.
HEIGHT: 6 ft. 4.8 in. (195 cm)
WIDTH:  42.52 in. (108 cm)
DEPTH:  15.75 in. (40 cm)
Price Upon Request

– Verkauft / Sold –