An Important Console Table Of Royal Provenance
An Important Console Table Of Royal Provenance
An Important Console Table Of Royal Provenance
An Important Console Table Of Royal Provenance
An Important Console Table Of Royal Provenance

JEAN-CHRISTOPHE FISCHER (worked c.1820-1854)

An Important Console Table Of Royal Provenance

c. 1830 Paris

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A Highly Important Restoration Period Maple and Amaranth Veneered Console Table With Patinated Bronze Female Term Supports by Jean-Christophe Fischer.

This rare console table has a rectangular marble top above a frieze with two drawers raised on finely cast patinated bronze female term supports, a mirrored back and a plinth base.
Louis-Philippe, King of France, for the Château de Neuilly.

Louis-Philippe, Duc d'Orléans, was born October 6, 1773 in Paris, the eldest son of Louis-Philippe-Joseph, Duc de Chartres.

The Château de Neuilly was built for Marc-Pierre de Voyer d'Argenson. It was purchased in 1818 by Louis-Philippe, who was then proclaimed King of the French on April 9, 1830. The château was looted and destroyed during the 1848 revolution. After his abdication, Louis-Philippe spent the last two years of his life in England.
Museum of Decorative Arts, Masterpieces of the great cabinetmakers, n.51 a desk with filing cabinet and chair, circa 1835.
Denise Ledoux-Lebard, Les ébénistes du XIXème siècle 1795-1889, Editions de l'Amateur, France. p.198.
Dimensions
Height 94.00 cm (37.01 inches)
Width 110.00 cm (43.31 inches)
Depth 41.00 cm (16.14 inches)
Stock Code
B70880
Medium
Patinated Bronze & Amaranth Wood
Signed/Inscribed
Stamped ‘Fischer à Paris’ and with ‘LPN’ beneath a crown for Louis Philippe Neuilly, and the number 13687.
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