The classically inspired frieze of bull's mask buchania linked with laurel swags, typical of the archaeological style promoted by Gian-Battista Piranesi in the 1770s, is also seen on a Roman side table in the Palazzo Quirinale, Rome (illustrated in A. Gonzalez-Palacios, Il Patrimonio Artistico del Quirinale: I Mobili Italiani, Milan, 1996, p. 198, cat. 67). A Roman dining table from the Bardini Collection, Florence, with similar fluted legs terminating in lion's paw feet, is illustrated in W. Odom, A History of Italian Furniture, New York, 1967, vol. II, p. 264, fig. 320.