Measurements: h 126 x max diameter 44 cm; diameter at the top 33 cm
This fine pair of guéridon was made in Italy in the late eighteenth century, in the Neoclassical era. The two elegant and graceful tripods, high and narrow, have a carved wooden structure, lacquered and golden. The top, decorated with fake marble, is round and circumscribed by a perforated frame with geometric motifs. The band below has a carving in some perforated parts, phytomorphic decorations in relief and three high-relief sculptures in the shape of a goat head, characteristics of the time. Near the heads depart sinuous and slightly moved three legs that end with a goat’s hoof foot. In the most convex point of the legs there is a circular connection on which rests a carved wooden element in the shape of a classical vase and top element with foliated motifs.
The guéridon, very decorative and bright, are perfect in any environment, from the entrance to the living room, in the studio or bedroom. Above them can be placed lights, sculptures, bronzes or even vases with plants and flowers. Beautiful side by side, interspersed with another piece of furniture, or even individually exposed, near a corner or in the center of an environment.
12 000 €
34 000 €