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A neo-classical console in a pared down Louis XVI style by Maison JansenMarble, oak and parcel-gilt white lacquer.Ex. Mendiondo FamilyArgentina
From the 1880's onwards Maison Jansen supplied many of the wealthiest Argentine families from its Paris base until, in 1904, Jansen opened its very first branch outside Paris, in Buenos Aires.
Jansen's collaboration in the 1930's with designers such as Serge Roche, Jean-Charles Moreux and Jean-Michel Frank is well documented and with the approach of the war in the late 30’s , as Frank himself did, the centre of Jansen’s production moved to Argentina. This console, with its refined Louis XVI aesthetic and exquisite craftsmanship formed part of a commission from the Mendiondo family for a noted house in Mar del Plata.
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