This exuberantly carved center table dates from 1900 to 1920. It’s origin while uncertain, seems to be Scandinavian and appears to bear some apparent influence of Edvard Munch. In the center of the table you see Leda and the Swan. Encircling the central medallion are multiple bacchanal pursuits of women in the forest. The legs are surmounted with a erotically posed women each with different hairstyles and faces. All carving is masterful and incorporates the transition from the Art Nouveau to the Art Deco period. ".....pursuits of women [Et eksempel på skønvirkeornamentik fra bogen: Kristian Rørdam, Danmarks Tilblivelse (1898)].......".