A Table signed Viardot. 19th century.

A Table signed Viardot. 19th century.

A Table signed Viardot. 19th century.

A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
A Table signed Viardot.  19th century.
Reference 31
Height
76 cm
Width
66 cm
Depth
42 cm
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    A painted wood pagoda table in the Japanese taste with a rectangular plate decorated with leaves and landscapes in mother-of-pearl. The table legs are ended by lion claws. Chiseled gilt bronze ornamention. The pierced top and platforme decorated with chiseled gilt bronze sheets.

    Iron stamped Viardot.

    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 31
    Height
    76 cm
    Width
    66 cm
    Depth
    42 cm

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