Leon Kahn

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Léon Kahn was a leading bronzier working in Paris in the last quarter of the nineteenth century. Little is known about the man or his oeuvre, but signed examples of his work are nearly always influenced by the great ébénistes of the eighteenth century, such as Benneman. His mounts are always of the very highest quality with exceptional casting and chiseling.

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LEON KAHN
A Fine Pair of Louis XVI Style Pedestals After Jean-Henri Riesener
A Very Fine Pair of Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Pedestals After the Model by Jean-Henri Riesener the Bronze Mounts by Léon Kahn. ...
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Adrian Alan
LEON KAHN
An Ormolu-Mounted Mahogany Centre Table After the Model by Jacob-Desmalter by Le...
The Empire style ormolu-mounted mahogany centre table with a vert maurin marble top with moulded lip, above a frieze with trailing-leaf and rosette...
£35000
Anthony Outred Ltd