Extendable Table Biedermeier Style Birch Austria XIX Century

Austria Late 19th century

Code :  ANTATA0175057

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Extendable Table Biedermeier Style Birch Austria XIX Century

Austria Late 19th century

Code :  ANTATA0175057

not available

Extendable Table Biedermeier Style Birch Austria XIX Century - Austria Late 19th century

Features

Austria Late 19th century

Style:  In Biedermeier style

Age:  XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

Origin:  Austria

Main essence:  Birch Pine tree

Material:  Golden sheet , Wood Ebonized , Birch burl

Description

Extendable table in Biedermeier style veneered in birch briar, Austria, late 19th century. Openable oval top, undertop band with ebonized rhombuses, wavy legs resting on a plinth decorated with golden sheet edges, ebonized spheres and central lozenge; construction part in pine. Equipped with trio of extensions.

Product Condition:
Product that due to age and wear requires restoration and resumption of polishing.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 73,5
Width: 141,5
Depth: 110

Maximum size (cm):
Width: 291,5

Additional Information

Style: In Biedermeier style

Stylistic revival, from the 1900s, of the forms typical of the Biedermeier style (1815-1848)

Age: XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

Main essence:

Birch

Whitish, compact and resistant wood, derived from Birch alba , which grows in the cold areas of Europe and Asia. Widely used in the 1700s for the production of seat shafts and furniture legs, it came back to the fore in the 1900s in the construction of Scandinavian furniture, following the enhancement of its properties by Alvar Aalto.

Pine tree

The term pine wood indicates the essence from various species of conifers, especially Scots pine, maritime pine and pinea pine. Used since ancient times for the most common furniture, with the advent of the veneer technique, in the 1600s, it was widely used in the construction of the structure of even luxury furniture, which were then covered, decorated (in Venice) or gilded ( in England). It has a color that varies from white to yellow with reddish hues and can be both very soft and very hard.

Material:

Golden sheet

Wood Ebonized

Birch burl

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