Pedestal table in gilded bronze with an upper top in white marble, supported by three feet, each made of three rods imitating bamboo which end in a tumbler foot with grooves, the feet are connected to each other by a spacer decorated with a central pellet. The veined white marble top is surrounded by a gallery. Under the gallery is an iron band decorated with crosses and rosettes. Above each of the three legs is a rosette in a square frame.
Everything is screwed
Diameter: 76 cm
height: 73 cm
This pedestal table is in the spirit of a piece of furniture by Adam Weisweiler (1744-1820) but was made around 1950. At the end of the 19th century, such high quality furniture was, among others, produced by the House. Jansen who was inspired by old French models.
1950/70 Guéridon Maison Jansen Or Maison Charles After The Model Of Adam Weisweiler
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