20 April 2007
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV GILTWOOD CONSOLE TABLES
STAMPED 'E CHOLLOT', MID 18TH CENTURY
Each with a serpentine breccia marble top above a pierced frieze with central armorial trophy framed by floral garlands, on pierced, fluted cabriole legs entwined in further floral garlands, joined by a stretcher carved with kissing birds, on scrolling feet, restorations and losses to gilding and some repairs to carving, particularly to the stretchers, marbles apparently original
34 in. (86.5 cm.) high, 46½ in. (118 cm.) wide, 16 in. (41 cm.) deep (2)
with Dalva Brothers, New York, 2 June 1965.
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