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An Empire guéridon attributed to Molitor
An Empire guéridon attributed to Molitor - Furniture Style Empire
Ref : 89295
Price on Request
Period :
19th century
Provenance :
Paris
Medium :
Gilt bronze mounted mahogany
Dimensions :
H. 30.31 inch | Ø 38.19 inch
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An Empire guéridon attributed to Molitor

A very fine Empire gilt bronze mounted mahogany guéridon attributed to Bernard Molitor with superb mounts attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire, the original circular grey top above a frieze mounted with a beaded border on three rectangular tapering supports each headed by a beautiful Ehyprian style female head and bust with applied serpentine-shaped mounts below and palmettes above lion paw feet on a concave-sided triangular plinth with central vase-shaped finial on bun feet

Paris, date circa 1810
Height 77 cm, diameter of top 97 cm

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