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Swiss Renaissance banker table
Swiss Renaissance banker table - Furniture Style Renaissance Swiss Renaissance banker table - Swiss Renaissance banker table - Renaissance
Ref : 74280
Price on Request
Period :
16th century
Provenance :
Medium :
Dimensions :
L. 43.5 inch X l. 35.04 inch X H. 31.69 inch
Furniture  - Swiss Renaissance banker table 16th century - Swiss Renaissance banker table
Galerie Gabrielle Laroche

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Swiss Renaissance banker table

Origin : Switzerland
Period : late 15th - early 16th century

Height : 80.5 cm
Length : 89 cm
Depth : 110.5 cm

In good condition

The top of this beautiful banker table slides back to reveal a large compartment. An additional drawer is found under this compartment.
The table is composed of three parts : top storage, drawer body and the oblique base.

The oblique base is formed by two lateral crosspieces connected by two crossbars.

The drawer slides in both directions for the exchange of money between the banker and the client. Its facade is decorated with a wooden inlay of a slightly darker tone, drawing two rectangles.
The facade of the belt also has two lighter wood rectangular inlaids.

Originating from the Alpine valleys, this table combines the softwood growing in altitude and walnut. This is a piece of furniture coming from germanic countries such as Bavaria, Austria and Switzerland.

Strong model built using techniques that have demonstrated success, this banker table is a testimony of a hardworking and thrifty civilization, rich and audacious, whose central figure is the merchant.

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