A pedestal table with double mahogany top and speckled mahogany veneer.
It rests on four rudent fluted legs adorned with asparagus in gilded bronze and fitted with wheels and includes two drawers in a belt.
The lower mahogany top is supported by curved and counter-curved cross members. It is surmounted by a gilded bronze gallery.
The upper top is topped with a gray marble top surrounded by a gilded bronze gallery. It includes a stopper trimmed with golden green leather with small irons on one side and felt on the other.
Attributed to Joseph Gengenbach dit Canabas, cabinetmaker received master in 1766
Louis XVI period
4 500 €
9 000 €