An Early 19th Century Biedermeier Occasional Table
An Early 19th Century Biedermeier Occasional Table
An Early 19th Century Biedermeier Occasional Table

An Early 19th Century Biedermeier Occasional Table

1830 Austria

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An early 19th century occasional table, the pale mahogany veneered circular top with a single drawers above a stem of four turned ebonised columns in the Classical manner, set upon a mahogany block plinth and terminating upon four splayed legs of the same.

Biedermeier was an influential period originating in Germany between 1815 and 1848. It later spread to Scandinavia and Austria, where a rising middle class enjoyed the simplistic take on the French Empire Style. Clean lines and local materials were applied to create the Biedermeier look. Austrian cabinetmakers were considered especially creative, since an apprentice was tested on their skill, innovation and imagination in order to be approved into the guild of cabinetmakers. Biedermeier was the first furniture movement arising from the middle class.
Dimensions
Height 30.00 inch (76.20 cm)
Diameter 17.00 (43.18 cm)
Stock Code
0659
Medium
Wood
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