This antique dresser has no visible signature on the bronze, which was common for this cabinet-maker, but the piece can definitely be attributed to to him. The dresser has two drawers in façade and two curved doors on the sides, which makes for its originality.
My work, after removing the bronze, involved restoring the unstuck glossy veneers, mainly in the parts where the curve is the most pronounced.
The sliding of the drawers and closing of the doors, precise to a millimetre, demanded a just as precise readjustment. The sponge-applied varnish finish highlights those pronounced curves enhanced by all the bronze that I had also re-gilded. To finish, a breccia marble crowns this dresser.