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Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè
Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè - Furniture Style Louis XVI Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè - Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè - Louis XVI Antiquités - Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè
Ref : 91632
28 000 €
Period :
18th century
Provenance :
Italy
Medium :
Gilded wood, onyx, yellow marble from Sienna
Dimensions :
l. 50.79 inch X H. 34.25 inch X P. 21.65 inch
Furniture  - Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè 18th century - Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè Louis XVI - Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè Antiquités - Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè
Philippe Delpierre

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Neoclassical period console - 18th century Italy in the style of Bolgiè

Console in gilded wood resting on four fluted legs adorned with asparagus and twisted in the lower part.
The belt with an interlacing motif on a blue background is interrupted in its center by a protruding apron carved with ribbons from which tori of oak leaves emerge and terminated by florets of acanthus leaves. Tori of oak leaves fall on the feet from the apron.
The squares of feet are carved with macaroons.
Top in banded onyx from Algeria with a border in yellow Siena marble.
This neoclassical Italian console is reminiscent by its sculpture of the Piedmontese carpentry workshops, such as that of Francesco Bolgié, suppliers of royal and princely residences in Turin and its surroundings.
The tapered feet ending in a spiral just before the end of the foot, the openwork interlacing pattern on a blue background, are elements of sculpture very close to what can be seen on certain pieces of furniture by this cabinetmaker.
Its onyx top set with yellow Siena marble gives it an additional refinement.

Philippe Delpierre

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Console Table Louis XVI