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PROPERTY FORMERLY OF THE HABSBURG IMPERIAL FAMILY

A Tyrolean Rococo style rosewood, sycamore, thuya, mother-of-pearl, pewter and brass marquetry carved and gilt wood centre table, circa 1890
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PROPERTY FORMERLY OF THE HABSBURG IMPERIAL FAMILY

A Tyrolean Rococo style rosewood, sycamore, thuya, mother-of-pearl, pewter and brass marquetry carved and gilt wood centre table, circa 1890
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A Tyrolean Rococo style rosewood, sycamore, thuya, mother-of-pearl, pewter and brass marquetry carved and gilt wood centre table, circa 1890
the rosewood and stained sycamore top brass inlaid with scrolling foliage and with a central rocaille with the crowned monogram for Maria Rainera Freiin von Waideck, the stained and parcel gilt base elaborately carved ensuite and centered by a similar monogram


80cm. high, 116cm. wide, 80cm. deep, 31 1/2in., 45 1/2in., 31 1/2in.
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Against the explicit wishes of his nephew Emperor Franz-Josef (1830-1916), Archduke Heinrich of Austria (1828-1891) morganatically married the singer Leopoldine Hofmann, later Freifrau von Waideck (1842-1891) on February 4th 1868. In 1871, Franz-Josef, by surprise, re-affirmed Heinrich's membership to the family. It is most probably on behalf of their daughter, Maria Rainera (1872-1936), that the present table was commissioned.

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