- Full Description
A fine quality late 19th century mother of pearl inlaid pedestal in the Japanese style, after Gabriel Viardot. The scenes depicting oriental building, flowers and butterflies. Gabriel Viardot started his career as a wood carver and took over the family firm from his father Charles in 1861. By 1870 he specialized in exotic furniture influenced by Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese styles, Vietnam being one of France's most important colonies. He advertised as 'createur des meubles dans le genre chinios et japonais'. In 1860 he was located at 5, rue du Grand - Chantier.Dimensions Height: 48.04 in. (122 cm) Width: 18.9 in. (48 cm) Depth: 11.03 in. (28 cm)
- Delivery Details
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