A Louis XVI style coffee or side table made of cherrywood with a white marble top, circa 1940s. The circular marble top is white with thin gray veining and has a pierced brass gallery. Two drawers are set into the apron, each being 1.25" deep and 6" wide inside. Additionally, two pull out shelves with embossed green leather pads are built into the apron, measuring 7" wide by 8" long. All drawers and shelves have petite brass knobs. The tapered, fluted legs end with brass sabots. The "Bouillotte" was a card game, similar to poker, in the 18th century and game tables of the same name (as well as lamps) were created. The "Bouillotte" tables remained very popular and variations of the table were created in the early 1900s such as coffee or side tables.
Condition: Very good. Minor discoloration on wood and brass. very light superficial scratches on marble top, typical for age and use.
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