Triangular base with concave sides ending in lion paws, plain belt.
St. Anne grey marble top.
Charles X period
H. 71 cm - D. 90 cm Architectural
Famous architect of the beginning of the 20th century, René Sargent works for a bourgeois and wealthy clientele. In particular, he designed the private mansion of Count Moïse de Camondo on the outskirts of Parc Monceau.
A lover of Charles X furniture, he placed this ensemble in his castle at Gué-à-Tresmes, in Seine-et-Marne, where he was born.
By descent, this furniture (lots 141 to 144) will then find its place in the Parisian residence of the architect Albert Laprade, where it comes directly from.