A late 19th century French ‘Japonisme’ Ormolu stand, attributed to the French luxury goods manufacturer, Maison Marnyhac, highlights a selection of Furniture and Works of Art that includes items from the private collection of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Redford. Held by Roseberys London on Wednesday 9 September the Furniture and Works of Art will comprise part of their Quarterly Fine Art Auction. Maison Marnyhac, was the commercial name for la Société des Marbres et Bronzes Artistiques de Paris, a company known throughout the 19th and 20th centuries for being creators of luxury objects. Established under the direction of Charles de Marnyhac in Paris in the mid-19th century it was listed at two addresses in the Avenue de l’Opéra and the Rue de la Paiix, where they engaged the best designer-decorators to work in their premises. They were well-regarded as masters

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