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Center Table

A work made of cherrywood and metal.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of cherrywood and metal.


c. 1820


Made by the Firm of Josef Danhauser (father and son, 1804-1838)
Josef Danhauser, Sr. (Austrian, 1780-1829) and Josef Danhauser, Jr. (Austrian, 1805-1845)
Vienna, Austria

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Applied Arts of Europe


Josef Ulrich Danhauser


Center Table


Austria (Object made in)

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Cherrywood and metal


76.2 × 126.4 × 73.1 cm (30 × 49 3/4 × 28 3/4 in.)

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Gift of Tiffany Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brummer, Walter Brewster, Mrs. Richard Crane, R. E. Danielson, Frank Harding, Howard van Doren Shaw, and Mary P. Withers; purchased with funds provided by Edna Olive Johnson; the Richard T. Crane Jr. Memorial, and Florene May Schoenborn and Samuel Marx funds, by exchange

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