Neoclassical wall console made of molded and carved wood, lacquered and gilded.
Charming small console richly decorated with gadroons, grooves, twisted cords, lanceolate leaves, rows of pearls, fleurons, garlands of laurel, acanthus scrolls, and the apron enriched with a medallion decorated with a putto. It is lacquered with a pale grey-blue, while the carved and scraped parts are covered with a beautiful gold gilding.
The French influence is happily combined with the Italian charm on this console of the Turin school reminiscent of the manner of a Bonzanigo or a Bolgiè.
This piece of furniture remained "in its juice" with traces of life, but to the taste of many amateurs. Note: the right foot slightly pinched by warping. Let us specify that its top is of origin and that, according to a widespread formula in Northern Italy, it was never covered with marble.
Piedmont - Probably Turin - Northern Italy.
Late 18th century.
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