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J.-B. Gamichon

( ?-1832, maître in 1790)

Beautiful Commode

Stamped Gamichon

Restauration Period
Circa 1820-1830

Height : 100 cm (39,3 in.) ; Width : 133 cm (52,3 in.) ; Depth : 61 cm (24 in.)

Elegant Restauration period commode veneered with satinwood and amaranth. It opens with a series of four drawers adorned with beaded marqueted frames. Chiseled and gilded bronze ornementation (handles, locks). Resting on square feet. ‘Bleu fleuri’’ marble top.

Commode Gamichon

Commode stamped Gamichon, exhibited at the Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris, in 1951 (‘Chefs-d’œuvre des grands ébénistes, 1790-1850, de G. Jacob à Giroux’, n°53).



Jean-Baptiste Gamichon ( ?-1832), was successively established rue Mauconseil (1799), rue de Cléry (1810) and 16, faubourg Saint-Denis (1828). He used two stamps, one with his name and the other inscribed à Paris, placed on top of each other or at each side of the piece of furniture. Sometimes, a label was added : rue de Cléry, n°58 GAMICHON, marchand ébéniste tient magasin et fabrique d’ébénisterie en tous genres, il fait aussi des envois dans les départements, à Paris. In 1827, he exhibited furniture in maple, lemonwood an amaranth at the Exposition des Produits de l’Industrie.


Les Ebénistes du XIXe siècle, Denise Ledoux-Lebard, Ed. de l’Amateur, 1984, pp.214-215

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