French ormolu mounted gueridon by Dasson
Lot 199
A French late 19th century ormolu-mounted mahogany occasional table by Henry Dasson, Paris, dated 1877
£10,000 - 15,000
US$ 16,000 - 23,000

Lot Details
A French late 19th century ormolu-mounted mahogany occasional table
by Henry Dasson, Paris, dated 1877
the rectangular Rouge de Languedoc marble top within a gilt surround, the front fitted with a frieze drawer, on tapering fluted legs with Ionic capitals, each surmounted by a blindfolded female mask, on small bun feet, stamped and dated twice to the underside Henry Dasson/ 1877, 61cm wide, 49cm deep, 76cm high (24" wide, 19" deep, 29.5" high).

Footnotes

  • Henry Dasson (1825-1896) was one of the most celebrated Parisian bronzier ébénistes. His business was located at 106, rue Vieille-du-Temple, Paris. His work is renowned for the fine quality of the metalwork, ormolu and guilding. Specializing in the reproduction of the period styles of Louis XIV, XV and XVI furniture, Dasson often used to copy items whilst adding his own style. Successes at the Paris Expositions Universelles in 1878 onwards brought his work into demand on the Continent and in England where he established an elite clientele including the Royal family.

    Literature:
    Camille Mestdagh, 'Henry Dasson(1825-1896), ébéniste et bronzier parisien', L'Estampille l'objet d'art, October 2006.
    Camille Mestdagh, L'ameublement d'art français (1850-1900), 2010.
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