A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot. 19th century.

A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot. 19th century.

A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot. 19th century.

A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
A Vitrine-cabinet-on-stand attributed to Gabriel Viardot.  19th century.
Reference 30
Height
159 cm
Width
72 cm
Depth
41 cm
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Description

A very nice maple and sycomore trees coloured in mahagony way vitrine-cabinet-on-stand on four scrolled legs. Gilt bronze decoration and red velvet lined interior. The legs decorated with Fô dogs joined by a pierced "chinoisant" platforme. A cubic upper part with two shelves opens by a glass door. In very good condition.

Between 1880 and 1890.

A  similar vitrine at the Musée d'Orsay.

France.

19th century.

Gabriel Viardot (1830 - 1904) was a cabinetmaker working in Paris specialised in "japonisme" furniture adapted to European taste. He participated in the Universal Exhibiton in Paris in 1889 and was awarded by a gold medal. He obtained the same medal at the Universal Exhibition in 1900.

Product Details

Reference 30
Height
159 cm
Width
72 cm
Depth
41 cm

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