The distinctive flower-filled scrolling-foliate motif to the frieze centered by a grotesque bearded mask is typical of the Tuscan production of the late 1780s-early 1790s. Various closely related examples of console tables are conserved in the Palazzo Pitti, as illustrated in E. Colle, I Mobili di Palazzo Pitti - Il primo periodo lorenese 1737-1799, Florence, 1992, p. 136, fig. 63, and more generally, pp. 117-135. A Tuscan console table dated circa 1790, with an almost identical frieze, conserved now in the Quirinale, Rome is illustrated in A. González-Palacios, I Mobili Italiani - Il patrimonio artistico del Quirinale, Milan, 1996, p. 195, fig. 64.