Joseph Stöckel

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Joseph Stöckel (1743-1802) is of German decent, and was known to be in France as early as 1769. He was made a master in 1775, and set up his first shop in the rue de Chareton, and moved to the rue des Fosses-du-Temple after the Revolution broke out. Pierre Vertlet's research has elevated Stöckel's importance to the late eighteenth century furniture industry, stating that many of the pieces previously believed to be Guillaume Benneman should be attributed to Stockel. He is known for his use of mahogany and tulipwood veneers, as well as his complicated architectural furniture using rectangular, circular, or semicircular compartments using bronze mounts in the shapes of bronze lion paws, masks trophies, and weapons bundled together in faisceaux.

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JOSEPH STÖCKEL
A Fine Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Lacquered Commode
A Fine Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Purpleheart and Lacquered Commode, after the model By Joseph Stockel for Marie Antoinette for the Palace...
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