349
349

PROPERTY OF THE WALTER BAREISS FAMILY (LOT 349)

A pair of Neoclassical Italian mahogany and walnut console tables
probably Naples
Estimate
12,00018,000
LOT SOLD. 16,800 USD
JUMP TO LOT
349

PROPERTY OF THE WALTER BAREISS FAMILY (LOT 349)

A pair of Neoclassical Italian mahogany and walnut console tables
probably Naples
Estimate
12,00018,000
LOT SOLD. 16,800 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Fine French and Continental Furniture including European Works of Art and Tapestries

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A pair of Neoclassical Italian mahogany and walnut console tables
probably Naples
each with an inset dark-grey granite top above a long frieze drawer above two carved greyhound supports on a curved base.
height 36 1/4 in.; width 5 ft., 2 3/4 in.; depth 23 in.
92 cm; 159.5 cm; 58.5 cm
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Catalogue Note

Comparative Literature
Enrico Colle, Il Mobile Impero in Italia, Milano, 1998, p. 72-73, cat. num. 17, for a similar model dated circa 1840s and found on a center table in a private collection. The model for the hounds is based on a drawing by Pelagio Palagi and also illustrated in Colle, p. 72.

Fine French and Continental Furniture including European Works of Art and Tapestries

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New York