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Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany
Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany - Furniture Style Louis XIII Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany - Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany - Louis XIII Antiquités - Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany
Ref : 70531
3 000 €
Period :
17th century
Provenance :
France, La Rochelle
Medium :
Mahogany from Cuba & Gaïac
Dimensions :
l. 33.86 inch X H. 27.36 inch X P. 24.21 inch
Furniture  - Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany 17th century - Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany Louis XIII - Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany Antiquités - Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany
Antiquités Philippe Glédel

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Cabaret table Rochelaise in guaiac and speckled mahogany

Table in guaiac wood, mahogany and speckled mahogany.
La Rochelle, late seventeenth-early eighteenth century.

Rare base model turned in balusters and H spacer in wood of guaiac, tray and front belt Cuban mahogany, the other three belts, mahogany of Cuba.
The guaiacum (guaiacum sanctum / guayacan, palosanto), often called wood of life or holy wood, and still (wrongly) ironwood, is a tree growing in the tropical zones of South America, mainly in the West Indies, whose exploitation is now heavily regulated by CITES because of its massive exploitation which is gradually leading to its extinction.

Table in superb original condition, tray, belts, base, spacer. The drawer arranged later (its facade taken in the mottled mahogany belt), some small slits and some very small gaps.

Antiquités Philippe Glédel

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