6 November 2008
A LATE LOUIS XV MAHOGANY GUERIDON
ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH GENGENBACH DIT CANABAS, CIRCA 1770
With a circular dished top on a moulded tapering hexagonal shaft, adjustable in height, with a moulded tripod base
27¾ in. (70 cm.) high; 10½ in. (27 cm.) diam.
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A closely related gueridon by Canabas is illustrated in Pierre Kjellberg, Le Mobilier Francais du XIII Siècle, Paris, 1988, p.145.
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