Perhaps a unique marriage of index numbers 610 and 114, known as Linke's Table à thé and Table Louis XVI Marie-Antoinette, respectively, the present tea-table incorporates forms popularized by his collaboration with Léon Messagé as well as paying homage to Weisweiler's iconic design. The upper section cast with triton supports is borrowed from Linkes celebrated tea-table displayed in his stand at the 1900 Exposition Universelle. Whilst index number 610 was known to be produced in variant designs (see C. Payne, pp. 94 & 117), the incorporation of Weisweiler's model is previously unseen in the artist's oeuvre. Payne further cites that the frieze decoration on index number 114 was varied between models, and of those models produced by Linke the design never quite replicated that of Weisweiler's original. In this instance, one may speculate the simplified ivy-entwined thyrsus frieze seen here is once again Linke's re-interpretation of the model.