A Matched Pair of Tables Ambulantes By Henry Dasson

H: 27 in / 69 cm  |  W: 13.5 in / 34 cm  |  D: 10.5 in / 27 cm


A Matched Pair of Tables Ambulantes
in the Transitional Style
By Henry Dasson

Constructed from mahogany and ormolu-mounted throughout, the tables supported on cabriole legs with bronze sabots and acanthus-styled espagnolettes, a galleried undertier joining the legs; above, the serpentine shaped frieze enclosing a single drawer, the gilt bronze mouldings enclosing the rectangular tops with marquetry musical trophies. Stamped and dated Henry Dasson 1880 and 1882.
France, 1880 and 1882


Payne, Christopher. Paris Furniture: The Luxury Market of the 19th Century. Château de Saint-Rémy: Éditions Monelle Hayot, 2018, p. 307. Illustrates a pair of identical tables.

REF No. 9541

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