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An Italian Baroque carved giltwood console table, Rome, second half 17th century

UK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

28,000 - 35,000 GBP

Property of an English Collector

An Italian Baroque carved giltwood console table, Rome, second half 17th century

An Italian Baroque carved giltwood console table, Rome, second half 17th century

Estimate:

28,000 - 35,000 GBP

Property of an English Collector

An Italian Baroque carved giltwood console table, Rome, 

second half 17th century 


with a later specimen marble rectangular top, the base extensively carved with acanthus leaves and scrolls, and the apron centred with a grotesque mask

88.8cm. high, 175cm. wide, 76cm. deep; 2ft. 10¾in., 5ft. 8⅞in., 2ft. 5⅞in.

In overall good conserved condition. The table base with minor rubbing and losses to gilding. Repaired break to the moulding towards the bottom left of the apron. The tips of other leaves show signs of previous break now all well restored. Minor craquelure generally and some losses to the back left foot. The marble top with minor scratches and some scuffs to edges and corners, all consistent with age and use. Some craquelures which have been refilled. marble top: 4.8cm. thick, 169.5cm x 76cm.


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the base sold at Sotheby's, London, Ickworth, 11-12 June 1996, lot 24.