Large console table in rectangular shape with central projection in molded linden wood, carved in strong relief and gilded, with entablature of gray veined white marble.
The three belts are carved loosely in looped rosettes in cartridges with acantha pillars surrounded by rows of pearls, the corbelle decorated with an ass with palmette of acanthus from which stretches A floral vase with a flared neck flanked by two long stems of acanthus. The sheath feet are carved on the four faces of rows of pearls framing laurel falls and, with projections at the frame of the belts, are ornamented with large oval rosaces on bottoms.
Provençal work of Louis XVI period, attributed to the carpenter of Nimes Pierre Pillot
Notes: Very beautiful condition, with its original marble tray (a few spots) and its gilding with 18th century gold (small scattered touches)
Console tables are those tables that have only three face faces and are intended to be lean against a wall.
6 500 €
Price : on request