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A pair of Italian Neoclassical Giltwood and Painted Console Tables with a rectangular Rosso Levanto and Verde Alpi marble top above a bead-and- reel framed frieze inset with painted panels imitating Verde Alpi marble and Lumachella marble in the central panel, the corners with giltwood centred rosettes, on fluted turned tapering legs surmounted with acanthus carved capitals on round carved base, on acanthus carved toupie feet.
Date: Last quarter XVIII c.
Period: 18th century, 1750-1850
Origin: Italy, Rome
Medium: Lacca, Green marble, Rosso Levanto
Dimensions: 89.5 x 154 x 76 cm (35¹/₄ x 60⁵/₈ x 29⁷/₈ inches)
Provenance: Italian private collection
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Decorative Arts, from Antiquities to XIX Century, focusing in particular on Fine Furniture, Sculpture, Textiles, Glass, Ceramics and Bronzes.
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