Very fine Dutch-style center table, first half of the 19th century, circa 1850.
We present a remarkable marquetry and blackened pearwood ceremonial table resting on four twisted columns terminating in ball feet.
A spacer inlaid with flowers and alternating ivory and ebony inlays. The front opens with a drawer on the belt, which is decorated on all four sides.
The top is decorated with flowers, acanthus leaves, scrolls, foliage, crossettes and a fire pot. The edge of the top is decorated with ivory and ebony.
Rosewood and ebony are used for the marquetry, and blackened pearwood for the columns.
This piece of furniture is closely related to the work of the great cabinetmaker Pierre Gole (born around 1620 in Bergen, Holland, and died in Paris on November 27, 1684), who from 1662 went on to supply King Louis XIV and the Grand Dauphin with marquetry cabinets and numerous pieces of furniture.
In very good condition;
Dimensions: h.74 cm x w.101 cm x d.67 cm.
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