Maison Jansen, Round table in brass and gray marble, 1970s
Maison Jansen, attributed to.
Golden brass coffee table. The circular shaped top in turquoise blue marble is set with a flat brass gallery. It is supported by four grooved cylindrical feet, decorated in the upper part with a concave ring and finished in the lower part by spinner feet. The feet are joined by an x-shaped spacer with a square section and decorated at its intersection by a stylized acorn resting on a foliated rosette.
French work realized in the 1970s.
H 46 ø 61
Maison Jansen is an interior design house founded in 1880 by Jean-Henri Jansen. At these beginnings, the Jansen house did not have any furniture manufacturing workshop and reuse furniture that had already been made. The company becomes one of the biggest buyers of antiques in Europe. Subsequently, in the 1890s, the Maison Jansen created an antiques gallery to sell its objects. In the 1940s, the company created its own workshops in Paris. Maison Jansen has worked with prestigious clients such as Queen Elisabeth II, Valérie Giscard d’Estaing, the White House under John Fitzgerald Kennedy or the royal families of Belgium and Iran and institutions such as the Opéra Garnier, the ‘National Assembly, The Ritz Hotel.
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