H: 29.5 in / 75 cm | W: 25 in / 63 cm | D: 16 in / 40 cmDescription
A Louis XVI Style Parquetry Occasional Table
Constructed in Kingwood and Tulipwood with fine ormolu bronze mounts; of free-standing form, the ormolu sabot-shod feet modelled as lions' paws, swept cabriole legs dressed with acanthus- and palm-shaped espagnolettes joined by a parquetry undertier; the frieze of conforming marquetry work incorporating a single drawer with central ormolu mascaron, the platform top of fine brecciated Sienna marble.
French, circa 1890.
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