Louis XVI style Mahogany dining table

Solid and veneer Mahogany frame, varnish finishings.

Casted and gilded bronze sabots.

A table made to measure to cope with your specifications (dimensions, wood species, finishings, extra-leaves…)


The Louis XVI style appeared during the second half of the 18th century.

Antiquity became a source of inspiration for architecture, interior decoration and furniture.

Cabinet-makers such as Jean-Henri Riesener and David Roentgen created crafted desks and cabinets for the royal residences.

Equally fine sets of chairs and tables were made by Jean-Henri Riesener and Georges Jacob.

They used inlays of fine woods, particularly mahogany, decorated with gilded bronze.


Source: Wikipedia

Photo: Thomas Hennocque