A.M. E. Fournier

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A.M.E Fournier was established by 1850 in Paris at 109 boulevard Beaumarchais, and later at boulevard des Capucines.


As well as exceptional carved furniture, Fournier was famed for his upholstered work, shown at many of the great exhibitions of the period, including the 1867 Exposition Universelle. His most famous creation was a wonderfully naturalistic giltwood rope twist stool, which was as highly sought after in his own period as it is today.


Makers Bibliography:


Ledoux - Lebard, Denise, Les Ébénistes du XIXe Siècle, Editions de L'Amateur, (Paris), 1984; p. 209.

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A Highly Important Pair of Empire Style Mahogany Side Cabinets
An Impressive and Highly Important Pair of Empire Style Mahogany Side Cabinets. One with an Integral Clock, The Other a Barometer, by Fournier. ...
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Adrian Alan
A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze And Jasperware Mounted Mahogany Bureau Plat
A Louis XVI Style Gilt Bronze And Jasperware Mounted Mahogany Bureau Plat. This fine bureau plat or writing table is fitted with a single drawer...
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Gilt wood circular rope twist stool
A Napoleon III giltwood rope stool, retaining its original gilding and now upholstered in hand dyed yellow linen. In the manner of A M E Fournier ...
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Nicholas Wells Antiques Ltd