Learn about Bijouterie Table (table Vitrine, Display Table)

A bijouterie table is designed to store and display a collection of small valuable items. In French usuage, a bijouterie magasin refers to a jewellery shop. Bijouterie tables are also called table vitrines, and display tables.
12 item(s) found:

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A 19th century style Bijouterie table, Elaborately carved with floral swags and clam shell motifs. The four tapering legs joining to a cross base. 76 x 64 x 45 cm.

A small Louis XV style giltwood Bijouterie table, raised on four shaped legs joining to a cross base. 74 x 61 x 45 cm.

A pair of marquetry inlaid Bijouterie tables, each rectangular glazed case raised on four tapering legs United by double inverted crinoline stretchers. 74 x 61.5 x 41.5 cm.

A elegant Edwardian vitrine table inlaid in mixed timbers, early 20th century, the Sheraton Revival bijouterie with a glass top framed and restrained vegetal borders in satinwood with ebony stringing, similar pendant designs to the slender tapering square

A Louis XV style metal mounted Bijouterie table, 55 x 40 x 73 cm

Edwardian mahogany Sheraton Revival Bijouterie table with quatrefoil hinged lid on slender splayed legs joined by a shaped undertier

An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid Sheraton style 'Bijouterie' display table. The top has an eight sided glazed display case with lift up lid. Note: tables like these are used to display jewellery, military medals and small precious objects. Height 71 cm; to

An Edwardian satinwood and tulipwood banded bijouterie table, the corners inlaid with thuya wood oval panels on square tapering legs United with an x-stretcher. Width 71 cm. Depth 46 cm. Height 77 cm

A Louis XV style bijouterie table, veneered in kingwood, with bevelled glass and ormolu mounts, circa 1900. Width 58 cm. Depth 32 cm. Height 73 cm

Victorian boxwood inlaid mahogany bijouterie table, c.1870 the circular hinged top, enclosing a display well, the deep serpentine apron fitted with a selection of bevelled glazed panels, all resting on cabriole supports with gilt metal appliques and sabots

19th c. French rosewood bijouterie table with marquetry inlay & ormolu mounts