A LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED AND GILT-WALNUT CONSOLE
A LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED AND GILT-WALNUT CONSOLE
A LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED AND GILT-WALNUT CONSOLE
A LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED AND GILT-WALNUT CONSOLE
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A LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED AND GILT-WALNUT CONSOLE

BY GEORGES JACOB, CIRCA 1775

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A LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED AND GILT-WALNUT CONSOLE
BY GEORGES JACOB, CIRCA 1775
With gray veined marble top above a fluted frieze on scrolled legs joined by a stretcher surmounted with a pinecone finial, the frame stamped 'G IACOB' under the frieze, re-decorated, with Ford Inventory No. J-3
31 in. (79 cm.) high, 45 in. (114.5 cm.) wide, 13 ¾ in. (35 cm.) deep, overall
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Lot Essay

Georges Jacob maître, in 1765.

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