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By Linke, François (French, 1855-1946)
The exceptional marquetry and high quality bronzes on this table are testament to Linke's reputation as the finest furniture maker of late 19th Century France.
The satinwood tea table is oval in shape and set on four curved cabriole legs with ormolu paw feet. The bottom section of the table features a low shelf contained within a band of ormolu. There is another wooden shelf further up, which sits above a marquetry frieze of leaf-style decorations, set within rope-twist ormolu borders. The two panels at either side of the table slide out as drawers. Each of the legs are mounted in ormolu along the leading edge. At the top of the legs the mounts become more expressive, attaching to the frieze in the form of acanthus leaves and foliage, and these extend upwards to four supports for a glass tray at the top of the table. The rim of the lower shelf is signed 'F. Linke'.
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