Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds
Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds
Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds

Rococo Style Pair of Twin Beds

  • These mahogany twin beds are masterpieces by the famed François Linke
  • Linke is known for his unique Louis XVI-inspired furnishings
  • He is considered the greatest ébéniste
  • The rich patina of the mahogany is beautifully contrasted by the doré bronze
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Item No. 30-2608
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Superior craftsmanship and elegant adornment characterize these exceptional, matching pair of mahogany twin beds by François Linke, the most influential and distinguished French ébéniste of his time. Credited for designing highly innovative furnishings by infusing Rococo style and the latest trends of Paris, these Louis XVI-style Linke beds exemplify the wonderful talent of this truly original artisan. Beautifully embellished with doré bronze mounts of the absolute highest order, the beds are exceptional works of art.

The nature of Linke’s business was divided into two broadly based groups, both of which moved his career into the wealthiest of social circles. The established decorating partnership of Carlhian & Beaumetz, quickly became one of Linke’s biggest clients, and their name appears in Linke’s records frequently between 1888-1910. Carlhian & Beaumetz commissioned from Linke numerous pieces for highly prominent and significant buyers such as the Hamptons of Pall Mall, the Duveens, Arabella Huntington and the Hindleys. In fact, in 1905, Hindley, an important English furniture maker and retailer, distributed a catalogue for his Bond Street store, which almost solely featured Linke furniture. Linke’s private patronage of influential socialites also grew rapidly. Records show commissions for Kaiser Wilhelm II, the Katzensteins, Elias Meyer, the King of Egypt, Faud I and the Devotos, wealthy aristocrats of Italy and Argentina. Today, the regard for Linke’s creations is unwavering and it is even more rewarding to obtain a piece of furniture by this incredible ébéniste, one of the most important furniture makers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Each bed is signed "F. Linke"

A similar pair of twin beds are featured in François Linke 1855-1946: The Belle Epoque of French Furniture by Christopher Payne, 2003, page 445, Plate 526.

Circa 1890

46 3/4" wide x 85 3/4" length x 62" high
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Maker: Linke, Francois
Period: 19th Century
Origin:France
Style:Louis XVI
Type:Beds
Depth:85.75 Inches
Length:85 3/4 Inches
Width:46.75 Inches
Height:62.0 Inches
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Pair of Rococo Vitrines By François Linke

Superior craftsmanship and elegant adornment characterize this exceptional matching pair of mahogany vitrines by Fran ois Linke the most influential and distinguished French b niste of his time Credited for designing highly innovative furnishings by infusing Rococo style and the...
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Linke, François

- French Arguably the leading cabinet-maker of the Belle Epoque Linke's highly original designs fused Rococo gilt flourishes with the liveliness and the fluidity of Art Nouveau Linke's creations were labeled entierement nouveau or entirely new and his work was...
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