Sold for £2,800
The marble top in overall good condition. Cracks, chips and gilt losses to the table, the four feet have losses and cracks. See additional images. The table is a few mm short of 56cm deep at widest depth point. 84cm high.
LATE 19TH CENTURY GILTWOOD DEMI LUNE CONSOLE TABLE OF LOUIS XVI DESIGN
with a grey veined marble top, laurel guilloche moulded frieze, with wide moulded fringed draped apron, on four tapering fluted husk and bead moulded legs, joined by concave stretchers with central boss, 140cm wide
Provenance: The William Mowat-Thomson Collection
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