24 - 25 January 2007
A PAIR OF ROYAL PALACE ORMOLU- MOUNTED MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLES
FRENCH, MID-19TH CENTURY
Each with a Carrara marble top on lion monopodiae supports, each branded with a Crown and Greek cypher with 'I' beneath (for King George I of the Hellenes), each also stencilled with '2', one marble top later
39 in. (99 cm.) high; 70 in. (178 cm.) wide; 21½ in. (55 cm.) deep (2)
King George I of the Hellenes, Prince of Denmark (1845-1913).
One table is seen in a photograph of the Throne Room, The Royal Palace, Athens, circa 1909.
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