Antique Tables

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Very Fine, French, Early Louis XV Period console table
Item No. 1010
Very Fine, French, Early Louis XV Period console table

In solid, carved giltwood with original Rouge Royal marble top. Circa 1730.

37" wide by 32" high by 22" deep
Very fine, Regence period Table De Cabaret à Jeux (game table)
Item No. 1007
Very fine, Regence period Table De Cabaret à Jeux (game table)

In solid, carved walnut with elegantly shaped cabriole legs terminating in pied de biche, gilt, tooled, and embossed leather top, four drawers (one per side), and pull-out drink holders at each corner. Circa 1715-1727.

29" square by 29" high
Fine, Venetian, Rococo style, painted and parcel-gilded coiffeuse
Item No. 873
Fine, Venetian, Rococo style, painted and parcel-gilded coiffeuse

In sculpted and blue-painted wood with gold accents, the lower part of arbalette form with a single, central drawer, top in faux marble, the legs of cabriole form; the upper part having a mirror with original mercury glass supported by two arms; the whole being of curvilinear form with a floral and shell motif. Circa 1850.

60½" high by 39" wide by 18" deep
French, Neoclassical style bouillote table
Item No. 995
French, Neoclassical style bouillote table

In mahogany with brass banding and gilt brass pierced gallery. Late 19th century.
Late Renaissance, Spanish credenzia table
Item No. 990
Late Renaissance, Spanish credenzia table

Late 16th or early 17th century in solid, carved walnut on all four sides with two drawers and wrought iron stretcher (restored).

54" wide by 26" deep by 34" high
Fine, Louis XV style tric-trac table
Item No. 979
Fine, Louis XV style tric-trac table

In solid, carved walnut having cabriole legs ending in pied de biche (deer feet) and reversable top, one side (shown) with marquetry inlaid board for checkers, the other in green felt suitable for card playing. Removing the top reveals an inset, marquetry-inlaid backgammon board. The whole delicately carved. Late 18th or early 19th century from Nimes, France.
Fine, German, Regence period console table
Item No. 973
Fine, German, Regence period console table

Vigorously carved with hairy, hooved feet and marble top. Circa 1715-1727.
Very fine and Rare French, Louis XVI period console
Item No. 963
Very fine and Rare French, Louis XVI period console

In solid, carved giltwood having four tapered, fluted legs; adorned with garlands, bows, and rosettes; with original marble top and giltwood surface. Circa 1780. Stamped PILLOT.

47¼" wide by 35" high by 23½" deep
Very fine, French, early Louis XV period console
Item No. 960
Very fine, French, early Louis XV period console

In solid, carved giltwood with original surface and original marble. Circa 1730.
Very fine, French, Louis XV period console
Item No. 958
Very fine, French, Louis XV period console

In solid, carved giltwood with original Brèche violet marble top; bottom stretcher having having four legs centered by a vigorously carved floral bouquet. Circa 1750.
Rare, Louis XVI period table de gibier (hunting table)
Item No. 952
Rare, Louis XVI period table de gibier (hunting table)

Double face (two-sided) of arbalette form in solid, carved walnut with one large drawer on the front. In the manner of Pierre Pillot, Nimes. Circa 1760.

36" high by 53½" long by 28" wide
Very fine, Roman, Rococo period console table
Item No. 949
Very fine, Roman, Rococo period console table

In solid, carved, silvered wood with original marble top. Third quarter of the 18th century.

48" wide by 35" high by 25" deep
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV-XVI Transition period console tables
Item No. 946
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV-XVI Transition period console tables

In solid carved giltwood, each having an upper cartouche pierced with roses and lower cartouche centered with corbeille a fleurs (basket of flowers), the whole vigorously carved in guilloche (repeating, interlocking circles) motif, having volutes (scrolls) and acanthus leaves. With Breche marble tops in beige with rose veining. Circa 1765.

34½" high by 27½" wide by 17" deep
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, brass mounted console desserte
Item No. 927
Very fine, French, Louis XVI period, brass mounted console desserte

In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers. Of demi-lune form with three functioning drawers and original hardware. Circa 1780. Stamped "E. AVRIL JME".

(Etienne Avril, Master 1774, was a principle supplier of furniture to Marie Antoinette at the Château de Saint-Cloud.)

58" wide by 35" high by 18" deep
Fine, French, Napoleon III period, black lacquer, gilt bronze, and incised gilt brass table a jeu (game table)
Item No. 813
Fine, French, Napoleon III period, black lacquer, gilt bronze, and incised gilt brass table a jeu (game table)

Opens to reveal original felt playing surface. Circa 1860.

Provenance: estate of Mexican film star Maria Felix.

34" wide by 16½" deep (closed)/33" deep (open) by 30" high
Pair of Italian, Neoclassical, white-painted and parcel-gilt demi-lune console tables
Item No. 895
Pair of Italian, Neoclassical, white-painted and parcel-gilt demi-lune console tables

Circa 1785.

35¾" high by 49¾" wide by 25½" deep
French, Rocaille period, console table
Item No. 670
French, Rocaille period, console table

In solid, carved oak with original "rouge de langueduc" marble top. Mid-18th century.

34" wide by 19" deep by 33" high
Very fine, French, Louix XV period, giltwood console table
Item No. 876
Very fine, French, Louix XV period, giltwood console table

Mid-18th century. Possibly Lyon.

51½" wide by 25" deep by 31¼" high
Very  fine, French, Louis XVI style, brass-mounted, dining table
Item No. 858
Very fine, French, Louis XVI style, brass-mounted, dining table

The oval top with three extensions above an apron raised on six fluted, tapering legs terminating in brass casters. In solid mahogany and mahogany veneers. Early to mid-19th century.

29¼" high by 38" deep by 48½" long (closed), 110" long (fully extended)
Italian, Renaissance period, walnut refectory table
Item No. 819
Italian, Renaissance period, walnut refectory table

In solid, carved walnut. Suitable for use as a large desk. 16th century with restorations.

68" wide by 29¾" high by 34" deep



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