A pair of Roman neoclassical lacca console tables with red and green marble tops
Last quarter XVIII c.
Lacca, Red and Green Marble
89.5 x 154 x 76 cm (35 ¹/₄ x 60 ⁵/₈ x 29 ⁷/₈ inches)
Italian private collection
A pair of Italian Neoclassical Giltwood and Painted Console Tables, Rome, Late 18th Century,
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.
An important north-Italian Royal restauration bench, carved by Giovan Battista Parodi and gilded by Agostino Laviosa, Genoa,1821.
A north Italian neoclassical giltwood console with grey bardiglio marble top, Genoa, last quarter XVIII c.