Aaron Radelow, had the opportunity to work with the Getty to research drawings and materials to re-create a magnificent replica of a Pierre Gole table. The photos which have never been distributed below show both the original Pierre Gole table bordered by Aaron’s re-created tables.
For the past twenty five years, Aaron Radelow has been hand producing original designs and masterful re-creations. His diverse portfolio of work includes everything from Queen Anne dressing tables, Byzantine hand-carved gates, and rustic Morris chairs to now the replication of a Pierre Gole writing table.
These tables are his most treasured accomplishment which far surpasses the furniture of the modern woodworker today. He now can truly imagine what it must have been to build furniture for Louis XIV. He built two tables. One is a re-creation of the original piece on permanent display at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. The other (contre-partye) is not known to exist.
To view more on his journey and the process of creating these amazing tables, click on the brochure.
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