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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