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Japanese lacquered wood tray in the taste of Gabriel Viardot

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Japanese tray in lacquered wood and wood marquetry from the end of the 19th century after Gabriel Viardot.

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Lacquered wood tray with Japanese decoration with mother-of-pearl marquetry in the taste of Gabriel Viardot. The handles are carved in the shape of dragons. The border imitates the joints of the bamboo with engravings. The center of the tray is decorated with a fine marquetry of wood, metal and mother of pearl. It is decorated with bouquets of flowers and birds.

 

It is a work of the late nineteenth century.

 

Gabriel Viardot (1830-1904) is a French woodcarver and designer known for his creations of furniture and accessories in the genre "Japanese Chinese". This interest in Japonism was fueled by the opening of Japan to the rest of the world in 1853, whose creations are present at various world exhibitions.

Circa :1860
Dim: W: 20,5 in - D: 13in - H: 1in.
Dim: L:52cm, P:33cm, H:2,5cm.

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In good condition. Time wear and tear of the wood.

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