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A Fine Swedish late Gustavian Console Table, Early 19th Century attributed to Jonas Frisk (active in Stockholm 1805-1824). #2697

A Fine Swedish late Gustavian Console Table, Early 19th Century attributed to Jonas Frisk (active in Stockholm 1805-1824).


Swedish 1810.


The inset Carrara marble top enclosed by a carved cyma recta (ogee) moulded edge above a silver-gilt frieze decorated with neoclassical motifs supported on spiral turned, tapering legs topped with gilt balls terminating on gilt feet standing on a faux-marble painted platform base.


It is particularly rare to see the combination of silver and gold gilding, far more common to find gold parcel gilt on a black ground. 


In excellent original condition.


Jonas Frisk (Swedish 1787-1849), was a Stockholm craftsman who in 1805 was granted the right to produce  mirrors and consoles by the Kommerskollegium. From 1810-1814 his workshop was located at the Storkyrkobrinken and his final location was at the Riddarhustorget from 1814-1825 eventually employing up 15 people.


Width: 84cm - 34 inches
Height: 76cm - 30 inches
Depth: 37cm - 14.5 inches

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