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Stunning Napoleoniii Style Demi-lune Console Table

(SKU: 5178-1009)
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about this item

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions

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  • 23 inches
  • 30.5 inches
  • 12 inches

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Special Web Price: $500.00 only
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If in stock shipping time is 1 to 3 weeks (80% of our items are in stock). Otherwise shipping time is 7 to 11 weeks


This absolutely stunning demi-lune console table is fully marquetted top, sides and legs and made with satin wood, cross bended with walnut.


Napoleon III (1848-1870)

The Napoleon III style is the name commonly given to a style of architecture in France, especially in Paris, that flourished during the Second French Empire under the patronage of Napoleon III. It is a variant of the Second Empire style seen elsewhere throughout the world at the time. The term "Napoleon III style" (French: style Napoléon III) may be contemporary: legend has it that the when the Empress Eugénie asked architect Charles Garnier whether the iconic Palais Garnier, under construction in 1862, would be built in the Greek or Roman style, he replied, "It is in the Napoleon III style, Madame!"

The Napoleon III style is associated with the renovation of Paris under Baron Haussmann between 1852 and 1870. The buildings of the renovation show a singularity of purpose and design, a consistency of urban planning that was unusual for the period. Numerous public edifices: railway stations, the tribunal de commerce, and the Palais Garnier were constructed in the style. The style is characterised by high façades, mansard roofs, and, more rarely, pavilions. Richly decorated but with clearly defined outlines, Napoleon III structures are distinct from other Second Empire buildings.

The term is also not reserved exclusively for architecture. It is used also to describe furniture of the period, especially in the marketplace, where other "royal period" styles are commonplace.

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