18th Century, Italian Inlaid Wood Center Table
This refined centre table, finished on all four sides, was made in Italy in the 18th century, in veneered and inlaid wood with various wood essences, including bois de rose, rosewood, boxwood and green wood.
The quadrangular top has a very refined inlay with large circular reserve inscribed in a square, flower-shaped inlays on the sides and in rounds, geometric designs in greek and ribbon. The color game that is created with the different colors of the woods used is of great decorative effect and very refined. The perimeter of the top has a small raised edge, entirely paved head, which makes the objects resting on top of the floor do not slip away.
The four legs, moved and arched end with sabot in gilded bronze chiseled with phytomorphic motifs.
Extremely versatile and decorative, the table can be placed in any environment, both in the center of a room and next to a wall. It easily communicates with antique and modern furniture.
18 000 €
15 000 €