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1700-1715 French Table/Stand at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles - From the curators' comments: "This elaborately carved stand was probably intended to support a large coffer...Such an ensemble--coffer and stand--would have stood in a formal bedroom during the 1600s and early 1700s. The owner would have stored clothes, documents, and valuable personal items in the coffer."

Unknown French, Paris, about 1700 - 1715 Gilded oak; pine H: 2 ft. x W: 2 ft. x D: 1 ft.

Louis XVI. Style Display Table.  Italy. 18th/19th C.    Wood, carved and gilt. Grisaille painting. Glass top. Interior lined with velvet. Rectangular frieze case on four tapering chanelled supports with laurel decor. Frieze decorated with various mythological scenes in grisaille technique. Hinged glass lid. 79x67x49cm. Condition C. Converted to a display table.

style display table in wood, carved and gilt, and grisaille painting, with a glass top, Italy Cent.

VITRINE, Louis XV-Stil, Paris um 1890.

VITRINE, Louis XV-Stil, Paris um 1890.

Italian brèche violette veneered marble topped carved giltwood and polychrome laquered console table, Roman, mid 18th century with a serpentine veneered marble top within a gilt-metal border above a frieze centred with a female mask flanked by pierced scrolling foliage, on cabriole legs surmounted by female mask heads and carved with entwined foliage joined by a shaped stretcher with a winged bacchic child satyr.

An Italian brèche violette veneered marble topped carved giltwood and polychrome laquered console table, Roman, ensuite with the previous lot, mid century

Italian Carved Walnut Étagère and Music Stand in the Manner of Andrea Brustalon, 19th c.,

Italian Carved Walnut Étagère and Music Stand in the Manner of Andrea Brustalon, 19th c.,

A Louis XVI carved giltwood small table with label inscribed ex Ramsay 545 r. height 27 in. width 18 in. depth 21 in.

An Italian Neoclassical carved giltwood console table Rome or Lucca, circa 1770. 95 cm; 185.5 cm; 67.5 cm

An Italian Neoclassical carved giltwood console table Rome or Lucca, circa 1770

LavishShoestring.com |  Side table        Place of origin:        (made)      Date:        late 19th century (made)      Artist/Maker:        Webb, Stephen, born 1849 - died 1933 (inlaid decoration, designer)      Lock, George James S., born 1846 - died 1900 (probably, designer)      Collinson & Lock (manufacturer)      Materials and Techniques:        Rosewood, inlaid with ivory

rosewood, inlaid in ivory; inlay designed by Stephen Webb, table probably designed by G. Lock and made by Collinson & Lock, English Museum Number

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