E Guillaume-Edmond Lexcellent
E. Guillaume-Edmond Lexcellent was born in Paris in 1834. He was a maker and retailer of the highest quality furniture in many different styles, drawing inspiration from the work of Riesener and Weisweiler as well as creating many original designs. His shop was situated in Paris at 46 rue de Charenton in 1867, and from 1868 at rue Bréguet.
He exhibited successfully at a number of exhibitions including the Expositions Universelles, where he received an honourable mention in 1855, a bronze medal in 1867 and a gold medal in 1889.
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