A pair of brass gueridons by Maison Toulouse circa 1948

A pair of French tripod partly patinated bras gueridons, the circular tops in grey Saint Anne marble with finely pierced brass border, made by the famous Maison Toulouse in Paris in 1948 for collector and socialite Arturo Lopez-Willshaw for his suite at Hotel Meurice in Paris.


These gueridons appear on a watercolour by Alexandre Serebriakoff dated 1948 representing the salon of  Monsieur Arturo-Lopez and of Baron de Redé at the Hotel Meurice and also on a watercolour by the same artist of the Library of Hotel Lambert , just finished by decorator Georges Geffroy.

Height 73 cm ( 28 3/4 inches) x diameter of top 22 cm ( 9 inches) x width of legs 30 cm ( 12 inches)

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