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Large Empire mahogany console attributed to Marcion

Large Empire mahogany console attributed to Marcion

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Large Empire mahogany console, ormolu ornamentation picturing arts allegory (young children featuring gardening and war), grey marble on top. Empire production Circa 1810.

Attributed to Pierre Benoit Marcion, main supplier to Imperial palaces during early 19th century.

Ideal to place in a dining room or a vestibule.

In very good condition.

Length : 145.5cm
Height : 100cm
Depth : 46cm

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