Rare Provincial Rococo Console Table of Louis XV Style

Rare Provincial Rococo Console Table of Louis XV Style

Rare Provincial Rococo Console Table of Louis XV Style

Solid Carved Oak with Traces of Original Paint
Having a Moulded Serpentine Shaped Breccia Marble Top
French c. 1770
31.00" high x 43.25" wide x 18.00" deep
Provenance: The Marquess of Tweeddale, Yester House, Gifford, East Lothian.
Ref: 31/12
An appealingly elegant and quietly understated provincial interpretation of the Louis XV rococo style, this console table is carved from solid oak and retains traces of old painted surface and an historic inventory mark to the underside. The table retains a good quality and delightfully compatible breccias marble top which is probably original to the piece. It is in sound original condition and is an unusual piece of northern French provincial rococo furniture of the Louis XV period with provenance to the Marquess of Tweeddale in Scotland.

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