A pair of 19th Century French Louis XVI marble top accent tables. These spectacular tables are composed of a mixed wood frame with a beautiful grey, white, and dark rose inset marble top and a center drawer. This pair of exquisite tables feature a divided mahogany apron with four flame mahogany panels framed in satinwood and adorned with decorative round brass pulls and backplates accentuating the embossed center urn. The divided and paneled apron features one center drawer and three faux drawers. The elegantly sculpted legs with a satinwood inlay originates in the apron with three oval inlays and runs the length of the leg terminating with a brass covered foot. The mahogany legs are joined with an arched stretcher and mounted to a round center frame. The artisanal talent of the cabinetmakers of the past are showcased in these special tables. This set of diminutive tables, with eloquent carved detailing and beautiful marble have achieved a lovely patina over the past century. These rare French accent tables are made more sturdy by the stylish bowed stretchers and will perfect in any classic setting.
Condition Report: Original finish, with minor wear and light use indicators, overall nice surface condition. Drawers slide open smoothly; solid, strong and sturdy; the base is tight level and supportive, interior is clean, construction is strong and sturdy.
Place of Origin: Unknown
Date of Manufacture: Early 20th Century
Period: Early 20th Century
Materials and Techniques: Mahogany, Satinwood, Marble, Brass
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurements: 29” H x 26 1/2” D Marble 23 1/4”D