A French Louis XV Kingwood and Bois Satinee Marquetry Gueridon, 19th Century. Circa 1860
The radial cross-band inlaid marquetry top with thin ribbon entwined border, with a center floral acanthus sprays, above a shaped, inlaid paneled frieze on four hipped, keeled shaped cabriole legs tapering to scroll shabots.
Stamped Chambre Syndicale de L’ Ameublement, Paris.
28 in . ( 71 cm. ) High , 29 3/8 in . (74.5 cm. ) Diameter
Founded in 1860, the Chambre Syndicale de L’Ameublement, Paris was the first professional organization of furniture created in France
In Faubourg Saint Antoine in Paris, included all furniture art professionals, both, manufacturers and traders. Over the years, it has Specialized Became structure to help and assist traders in Developing and carrying out Their activities in Accordance with the changing laws. The Chambre Syndicale L’Ameublement, Paris and Its immediate surroundings was created in 1860, bringing together the best retail furnishers of the area of Ile de France. The Association is affiliated with the National Federation Furnishing and is one of the Most Important parts of this organization in France.