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Cigar Cabinet

A work made of oak, cedar and walnut veneers, patinated bronze, and caning.

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  • A work made of oak, cedar and walnut veneers, patinated bronze, and caning.

Date:

c. 1867

Artist:

Charles-Guillaume Diehl
German, active in Paris, 1811-85
Designed by Jean-Eugene Brandely
French, active 1867–73
Bronzes by Emmanuel Frémiet
French, 1824–1910

About this artwork

On View

European Decorative Art, Gallery 231

Artist

Charles–Guillaume Diehl

Title

Cigar Cabinet

Origin

Paris

Date

1862–1872

Medium

Oak, cedar and walnut veneers, patinated bronze, and caning

Dimensions

170 x 95 x 55 cm (67 x 37 1/2 x 21 3/4 in.)

Credit Line

Kate S. Buckingham Endowment Fund; Paul H. Leffman Fund; Mary Swissler Oldberg Acquisition Fund

Reference Number

2019.1182

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