Crystal Staircase Support Unit, Late 19th Century

3.950
19th century
Louis XV style
DELIVERY
From: 06210, Mandelieu La Napoule, France

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    Elegant piece of furniture at support height in violet wood marquetry, satin arranged in a chevron and amaranth
    Chiseled and gilded bronze trimmings.
    Curved on three sides
    Opening with two curtained doors and revealing two shelves placed on the edges
    Stamped on the back The Paris crystal staircase
    Louis XV style, late 19th century
    Lively tray surrounded by a gilded bronze ingot mold
    Oak frame
    Buffer varnish
    In very good shape
    *The Crystal Staircase, created in 1804 by Marie Desarnaud, is located at the Palais royal, n° 162 and 163. The shop was taken over around 1847 by Lahoche and Boin, then Lahoche and Pannier in 1857 and finally Pannier Frères in 1890 to 1923
    When creating her establishment, Marie Desarnaud had the idea of combining cut crystal with gilded bronze.
    Towards the end of the reign of Louis-Philippe, on the initiative of the Pannier brothers, the store extended its activity to the furniture trade and began manufacturing cabinetmaking furniture around 1870 and offered for sale both creations and reproductions of 18th century furniture

    Ref: 0KZXSSTFV4

    Condition Very good
    Style Louis XV style (Buffets, Sideboards Furniture of Louis XV style Style)
    Period 19th century (Buffets, Sideboards Furniture 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist L'escalier de cristal Paris
    Width (cm) 119
    Height (cm) 111
    Depth (cm) 47,5
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 06210, Mandelieu La Napoule, France
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