Jean-Pierre Tahan

Jean-Pierre Tahan (1813-1892) was a renowned French Ébéniste, established in Paris on Rue de la Paix. Tahan was charged in creating for Napoléon III , for his Imperial residence. A colleague of Paul Sormani, Tahan participated at the Paris Salles d’Expositions, and received a silver medal there in 1849, and the gold medal in 1867. In 1852, Tahan received a silver medal in London.