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Feiner Salontisch
Detailabbildung: Feiner Salontisch
Detailabbildung: Feiner Salontisch
Detailabbildung: Feiner Salontisch

Feiner Salontisch

Höhe: 74 cm.
Breite: 73 cm.
Tiefe: 49 cm.
Unterhalb der vorderen Zarge gestempelt „JG ROENTGEN“.
Neuwied, um 1790.

Catalogue price € 10.000 - 15.000 Catalogue price€ 10.000 - 15.000  $ 10,900 - 16,350
£ 8,800 - 13,200
元 77,700 - 116,550
₽ 847,800 - 1,271,700

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Further information on this artwork

Frei stellbar. Auf vier sich nach unten verjüngenden Beinen mit abschließenden Messingschuhen der ovale Eichenkorpus in ausgesuchtem Mahagoni furniert sowie Zargenschublade und integrierter Carrara-Marmorplatte. Umlaufende, durchbrochen gearbeitete Messinggalerie. Feiner, feuervergoldeter Bronze-/ Messingzierrat, teilweise ziseliert. Originales Schloss und Schlüssel.
Rest. Leichte Alterssp.

Laut Angaben des derzeitigen Besitzers erworben bei Albrecht Neuhaus Mitte der 1950er Jahre.

Für vergleichbare Möbel siehe Josef Maria Greber, Abraham und David Roentgen. Möbel für Europa, Bd. 2, Starnberg 1980, S. 313, Abb. 620 und 621. (1022234) (15)

Fine salon table
Height: 74 cm.
Width: 73 cm.
Depth: 49 cm.
Stamped “JG ROENTGEN” below the front apron.
Neuwied, ca. 1790.

Free-standing. Fine, fire-gilt and partly chased bronze and brass decorations. Original lock and key.
Restored, minor signs of ageing.

According to information of the current owners, purchased Albrecht Neuhaus, mid-1950s.

For comparable furniture see Josef Maria Greber, Abraham und David Roentgen. Möbel für Europa, vol. 2, Starnberg, 1980, p. 313, ill. 620 and 621.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.





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