This coffee table, from the center, was made in Italy, with the use of ancient materials, between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century. The plan, dating back to the 18th century, is paved with the precious and rare African marble on a “peperina” stone base.
The underlying structure consists of four legs in carved and gilded wood with vegetable motif decorations in Louis XIV style. The legs are connected to each other by richly carved crossbars that converge in the center where there is a vase decorated with a floral still life.
The table, very decorative, is easily inserted in any room, such as a living room, a study or entrance, perfect in the middle of the room, next to two sofas or approached to a wall. The marble top is very resistant and allows the daily use of the coffee table.
In a good state of preservation, there are some small shortcomings in the paved part of the top.
9 500 €