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A LOUIS XVI GILT BRONZE-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD, SYCAMORE AND FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY TABLE A ECRIRE, CIRCA 1770
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A LOUIS XVI GILT BRONZE-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD, SYCAMORE AND FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY TABLE A ECRIRE, CIRCA 1770
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生活的藝術:凱瑟琳及馬丁·菲爾德伉儷珍藏法式家具

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A LOUIS XVI GILT BRONZE-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD, SYCAMORE AND FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY TABLE A ECRIRE, CIRCA 1770
with impressed stamps JG (for Josefs Gilde) and the crowned coat-of-arms of Amsterdam
height 29 1/4 in.; width 19 in.; depth 12 1/2 in.
74 cm; 48 cm; 31.5 cm
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Philip Lehman (1861-1947), New York
His daughter Pauline Lehman Ickelheimer
Her daughter Jean, Mrs. Donald S. Stralem
Christie's New York, November 21, 1984, lot 201

相關資料

For further information on Philip Lehman, please see note to lot 1027.
In 1770 the City of Amsterdam passed a law forbidding merchants from importing French furniture, in an effort to support local production.  Dealers were given three months to liquidate existing French stock, which was all branded with the stamp of the cabinetmakers' Guild of St Joseph.
Very similar marquetry decoration with the same distinctive architectural pergola appears on two works stamped by Jean-Georges Schlichtig (maître in 1765), a commode in the Louvre and a secrétaire à abattant formerly in the Roberto Polo collection, as well as on two tables and an embroidery stand in the Victoria & Albert Museum stamped Georges Jansen (maître 1767), one table bearing the additional stamps of Daniel Deloose (maître 1767) and Jacques Laurent Cosson (maître 1765).  This group is discussed by Pierre Kjellberg in Le Mobilier français du XVIIIe siècle (Paris 2002), p.832-33, who supports the theory that all four ébénistes would have subcontracted the marquetry work to the same workshop or individual marqueteur who would have supplied the finished inlaid panels.


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