Louis Xv Style Gilt-Ormolu-Mounted Vitrine Stand After The Model By Francois Linke

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Our very fine reproduction of the Louis xv style gilt-ormolu-mounted veneer inlaid kingwood and mahogany vitrine stand after the model by Francois Linke, Paris, early 20th century,

With variegated marble top above tapering sides with three convex molded glazed panels framed with a gilt-ormolu stripe works below a gilt-ormolu espagnolette at each foremost angle between foliate mounts, with one door houses two glass shelves, stands on tapering legs and terminating in scrolled acanthus sabots.

EXCEPTIONAL PIECE OF ART

Ref#ST-1712

153-54-46 cm


Shipping:
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Shipping quoted below is via Airmail to any international airport in the U.S.A
Shipping time two weeks to be delivered to the states.

Packing:
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We pack your furniture order with a layer of sponge then anti-adhesion paper preventing harming the surface of the furniture.
Cardboard, to protect the product from any potential shock during transportation.
Bubble wrap to prevent any water to go to inside,
Foam to give extra protection,
Then another cover of triple layer cardboard,
Fragile items are finely encapsulated and carefully placed in wooden box.
Wooden crates / boxes can be applied to all furniture order per client request.



Francois Linke

(1855-1946) is considered by many to have been the greatest Parisian cabinet maker of his day. Born in Pankraz, Bohemia, Linke moved to Paris in 1875, and by 1900 had earned a worldwide reputation as a master of high quality furniture. Linke won International acclaim at the 1900 Exposition in Paris, and again won gold medals at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, the Liege in 1905 and the Franco-British Exposition in 1908.

Linke produced four similar stands #512 each with four glazed sides for King Rama V of Thailand for the Royal Grand Palace. Currently on display at the Vimanmek Mansion in Bangkok, Thailand. (Christopher Payne, Francois Linke 1855-1946, the Belle Epoque of French Furniture, Antique Collector's Club, Woodbridge, 2003, pp. 254-257).

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