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A Sèvres Jasperware-Mounted Mahogany Vitrine
By François Linke, registre 38

Of rectangular form, constructed in mahogany, with gilt bronze mounts, in the Louis XVI Transitional style, rising from scroll & acanthus cast sabots, with gently swept cabriole legs capped with floriate espagnolettes. The glass & mirrored shelved interior having the original velvet lining; above, the frieze set with a Sèvres jaspwerware bacchanalian plaque and flanked by ormolu female herms and ribbon swags. The central Sèvres roundel below depicting Venus and Cupid within a gilt bronze ribbon & acanthus cartouche. The lock movement bearing the maker's stamp.
French, circa 1890


H: 59 in / 149 cm  |  W: 26.5 in / 67 cm  |  D: 15 in / 38 cm

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