A striking mahogany Restoration Period console table with black marble top, circa 1820. The rich, caramel toned mahogany base has straight back legs and elegantly curved front supports that sprout up and come to rest below the "a doucine" top with a generous hidden drawer. The scalloped plinth at the bottom has a burl mahogany top. At either side of the plinth is a mahogany support featuring a wide volute, each terminating in a half relief carved palmette. The rounded edge black marble top has exquisite gray and white veining throughout. Interior drawer space is 28.75" wide, 12" long and 3" deep.
Condition: A few small, hard to spot chips at the outside edges of the marble, as well as a slight scuff at the back right, and a few superficial scratches. Some age cracks on the wood, one fill at the center of the bottom level. Wear at the feet.
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