This richly decorated console table, with its finely detailed surfaces that have both architectural and sculptural elements, relates closely to other Turinese consoles. They all share the strong -- and peculiarly flat -- columnar legs with scrolling 'capitals' and friezes which also incorporate human elements. And these are augmented by finer, lower relief arabesque and strapwork surface decoration. Several examples are illustrated in E. Quaglino, Il mobile piemontese, Milan, 1966, p. 71 and another in L. Malle, Stupinigi: Un capolavoro del Settecento europeo tra barochetto e classicismo, Turin, 1968, p. 381. These elements are also, of course, strongly reminiscent of the carved and stucco decoration in interior architecture -- so evident in many of the Turinese palaces.