19th Century English Black Lacquered Chinoiserie Tea Table, c. 1880

(Great Britain, 19th Century)

19th Century English Black Lacquered Chinoiserie Tea Table,  c. 1880
4600 SW 71 Ave. Suite 105
Miami, Fl, 33155
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19th Century English Black Lacquered Chinoiserie Tea Table, c. 1880

19th century Chippendale influenced Japanned/Chinoiserie Tea table with cabriolet leg terminating in a ball and claw foot.

WIDTH: 38 in | HEIGHT: 29 in | DEPTH: 22 in

Origin Great Britain
Category Side Tables
Period 19th Century
Style Chinoiserie

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"A very lovely chinoiserie table in black lacquer with decorations in gold paint of scenes from Chinese village life that include: Men astride horses holding nets with dogs afoot, women strolling along a path with pagodas and houses in the distance and birds overhead. Table offers one drawer and rests on Chippendale-influenced cabriole legs terminating on ball-and-claw feet. England, circa mid-19th century (or possibly late 18th century). chinoiserie, French for "Chinese-esque") is a recurring theme in European artistic styles since the seventeenth century, which reflect Chinese artistic influences. chinoiserie entered the European repertory in the mid-to-late 17th century; the work of Athanasius Kircher had a lot of influence on the study of orientalism. The popularity of chinoiserie peaked around the middle of the 18th century, when it was easily assimilated into Rococo by the works of François Boucher. It declined when it seemed to European eyes the very antithesis of neoclassicism."