This is an exquisite Parisian center table, commonly called Gueridon by the French, made at the beginning of the 20th century. This top is boasting a fantastic marquetry design combining several types of veneer such as rosewood, mahogany, maple; depicting interlaced foliage and floral patterns with acanthus leaves. The straight belt and tapered fluted legs are beautifully highlighted with bronze accents from pierced friezes to acanthus rosettes and beading chutes. The legs are connected to each other thanks to an elegantly simple X-shaped stretcher mounted by a cast bronze urn. Several minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1910-1920. Dimensions 32"high/ 43½"wide/ 22"deep.
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