• Table d'apparat
  • Château de Ferrière
  • Château de Ferrière

Formal centre table by BEURDELEY ALFRED-EMMANUEL

BEURDELEY Alfred-Emmanuel

Mahogany and gilt bronze oval centre table. Louis XVI style model inspired by the famous German cabinetmaker Adam Weiseweiler.
It rests on four fluted octagonal legs connected by a strut. Large central drawer and two secret drawers open and are located at each end.
The tabletop is in speckled and satin mahogany with copper filets. Richly decorated with
finely engraved and gilded bronze.
Work from the mid-nineteenth century produced by maison Parisienne Beurdeley.

Iron stamp A. BEURDELEY and B.Y for the bronze.
This exceptional table was in the Rothschild’s collection in Château de Ferrière. 



Height: 76 cm – Width: 126 cm
Depth: 66 cm

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