circa 1820 - 1830
A crisply carved early 19th century Regency period rosewood console table.
The original marble top is 'Porta' and is from the island of Porto Venere, Tuscany, Italy. It was predominantly used in the mid 17th, 18th and 19th centuries for decorating furniture. The Porta marble sits on a highly figured rosewood frieze above the original mercury plate mirror and supported on crisply carved 'S' scroll supports.
The scroll supports are carved with acanthus leaf decoration and 'C' scrolls and sweep down to crisply carved paw feet that stand on a rosewood veneered plinth base with an inset carved moulding.
The marble table is quite possibly from the workshops of Gillows of London and Lancaster and is of the highest quality.
Height 90.00cm (35.43 inches)
Width 98.00cm (38.58 inches)
Depth 44.00cm (17.32 inches)
Stock No: 11327