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Tablero Mesa de don Rodrigo Calderónprado / via jean jacques wolff

Tablero Mesa de don Rodrigo Calderónprado / via jean jacques wolff

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The pietre dure table top inlaid with semi-precious stones at Powis Castle, Powys

The pietre dure table top inlaid with semi-precious stones at Powis Castle, Powys

An Italian pietre dure and pietre tenere white marble inlaid table top, Florence, circa 1560-1580 7cm. high, 179cm. long, 122cm. wide; 2¾in., 5ft.8¾in., 4¼in.

An Italian pietre dure and pietre tenere white marble inlaid table top, Florence, circa

The central slab of marble seen here is Aquitanian marble from a cave in the Aubert region of the Pyrenees (nicknamed 'the cave of forgetfulness'). This type of marble was highly prized in Roman times. By the 19th c. this specific kind of marble was so rare that the interest of patrons of tables like the present piece was focused on displaying the antique stone. The border design of the slab is closely related to 16th c. Roman examples, whereas the table reinterprets the style of Louis XIV

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The central slab of marble seen here is Aquitanian marble from a cave in the Aubert region of the Pyrenees (nicknamed 'the cave of forgetfulness'). This type of marble was highly prized in Roman times. By the 19th c. this specific kind of marble was so rare that the interest of patrons of tables like the present piece was focused on displaying the antique stone. The border design of the slab is closely related to 16th c. Roman examples, whereas the table reinterprets the style of Louis XIV

An Italian antique marble and pietre dure table top, Granducal workshops, Florence, Late 16th Century | lot | Sotheby's

An Italian antique marble and pietre dure table top, Granducal workshops, Florence, Late Century

AN ITALIAN BAROQUE PIETRE DURE, MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND MARBLE-INLAID PANEL IN THE MANNER OF COSIMO FANZAGO, ON AN ITALIAN BAROQUE STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD STAND, the panel Naples, late 17th c., the stand 19th c.

AN ITALIAN BAROQUE PIETRE DURE, MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND MARBLE-INLAID PANEL IN THE MANNER OF COSIMO FANZAGO, ON AN ITALIAN BAROQUE STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD STAND, the panel Naples, late 17th c., the stand 19th c.

Table top inlaid and decorated in scagliola made for Kensington Palace, London by Bianco Bianchi

Table top inlaid and decorated in scagliola made for Kensington Palace, London by Bianco Bianchi

An inlaid marble and hardstone table top inlaid with foliate rinceaux, the corners inlaid with stylised dolphins flanking a crown. height 46 1/2 in.; width 70 1/2 in. 118 cm; 170 cm

An inlaid marble and hardstone table top inlaid with foliate rinceaux, the corners inlaid with stylised dolphins flanking a crown. height 46 in. width 70 in.

Pietra dura center table, XXth Century. The rectangular top inlaid in various colored hardstones with scrolls, birds and exotic figures, raised on carved black marble supports - Dim: H: 36, L: 120, D: 52 in.

The rectangular top inlaid in various colored hardstones with scrolls, birds and exotic figures, raised on carved black marble supports - Dim: H: L: D: 52 in.

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An Italian scagliola table top, century of rectangular form with a ribbon…

Detail of a pietra dura table-top at Charlecote Park, Warwickshire

Visconti’s ‘The Leopard’ revisited

Section of a pietre dure table top, made in Rome in about said to have been owned by the Borghese family and purchased by George Lucy at the Beckford sale in in the Great Hall at Charlecote Park. ©National Trust Images/Derrick E.

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