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A French 19th century Louis XV st. display side table, attributed to Durand

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A superb French 19th century Louis XV st. mahogany and ormolu Entre-Deux, display side table. The table is raised by cabriole legs with ormolu chutes and sabots topped by ormolu male mask mounts. The legs are joined by a bottom... — Read More

  • Item # 4134
  • H: 43 in L: 18 in D: 14 in

    H: 109 cm L: 46 cm D: 36 cm

  • France
  • 19th Century
  • Mahogany, Ormolu
  • Louis XV st. Read More
  • (Louis XV st.) - Also known as Louis Quinze or Rocaille, this style followed the traditions of French décor, until it took on a life and look of its own with decorations and motifs becoming more exuberant. The style was heavily influenced by the mistress of Louis XV, Madame de Pompadour, and marked the beginning of the Rococo movement. In his old age, from 1750 – 1774, Louis XV showed more signs of constraint in his design style and this period showed more signs of French Neoclassicism.
  • Gervais-Maximilien-Eugène Durand Read More
  • Gervais-Maximilien-Eugène Durand, Paris (1839-1920) Maison Durand was established in 1870 Paris, producing top quality 18th century style furniture. Durand participated at the Exposition Universelle in 1889, where he received a silver medal. Durand was commended as a very talented and modest cabinetmaker creating furniture of the highest caliber, not only the creator but also the designer of each piece, and notably following in the footsteps of Masters such as Beurdeley and Dasson. In 1890 his son Frederic-Louis joined him and the firm was renamed Durand et Fils
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A French 19th century Louis XV st. display side table, attributed to Durand

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