Rare baroque table - Salzburg - mid-17th century




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff



The carved frame with four curved cheeks and richly decorated with rolled acanthus leaf ornaments, the profiled plate is made of so-called Salzburg “trout” marble.

A similar, probably a little later produced table by Stephan Jegg with tapestry embroidery inserted into the top is in the Imperial Room of St. Florian Monastery near Linz.

Height 85 cm, width 105 cm, depth 79 cm.



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