London, South Kensington
13 September 2005
A LOUIS XVI MAHOGANY AND WHITE MARBLE GUERIDON
IN THE MANNER OF CANABAS, SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY
The circular top with a pierced brass gallery on tapering turned and fluted pedestal and hipped tripod base, restorations
28in. (71cm.) high, 31in. (79cm.) diameter
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The design of this table is reminiscent of the work of Joseph Gengenbach, known as Canabas, maître in 1766. A two-tier gueridon with a very similar pedestal and tripod base was sold Christies, London, 26 November, 1996, lot 152.
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