Empire salon table with Florentine Pietra Dura plate - Vienna, c. 1815




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Vienna, c. 1815

The slender legs, slightly curved inwards, with carved bird heads, are mounted on a stand plate retracted on three sides. The round plate, framed by a gilded brass ring with geometric, flower-shaped patterns of various types of marble in different colours, was an elegant eye-catcher in a salon of the Empire period. Mahogany veneered and partially ebonized.

Height 77 cm, diameter of the plate 65 cm.



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