IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE, BY L. DROMARD, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
A French giltwood centre table
In the Louis XVI Style, By L. Dromard, Last quarter 19th Century
The rectangular brèche d'alep marble top with a moulded edge above egg-and-dart moulding, the frieze pierced with laurel, with a tablet to the front and back, on spiral-turned tapering legs with acanthus collars and joined by an 'X'-shaped stretcher with central 'flambeau' urn finial, stamped to the inner side of the frieze L. DROMARD PARIS
47½ in. (121 cm.) wide; 35¾ in. (90.7 cm.) high; 26¼ in. (67 cm.) deep
Léon Dromard is recorded as working in Paris at 18 rue Saint-Lazare between 1874 and 1889.