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Important half-moon console table in finely carved,...

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Important half-moon console table in finely carved, molded and gilded oak, in its original decor. The entablature, bordered by a string of pearls, is adorned with a frieze of interlaced openwork circles. It is underlined by flowery garlands fastened with knotted ribbons. It is supported by four tapered uprights, enriched by acanthus spandrels topped by Ionic capitals. They are joined by a curved strut embellished with a frieze of piasters and an antique-style vase flanked by garlands of flowers. The whole rests on small tapered legs. Grey-veined white marble top. Paris. Louis XVI period. Attributed to Georges JACOB (Cheny, July 6, 1739 - Paris, July 5, 1814). Cited as master on September 4, 1765 for carpentry and to Jules-Hugues (1743-1806) and Jean-Siméon Rousseau (1747-1820) for sculpture. H_96 cm W_136 cm D_55 cm Restorations. Marble restored. Full description to download: