Console table, anonymous, c. 1750

Console table, anonymous, c. 1750

gilding, h 88.8cm × w 152.5cm × d 77.0cm More details

Gilded console tables were a part of the standard furnishings in the splendid formal rooms of Italian city palaces (palazzi). They were often placed below a mirror with a frame that was also gilded. By the mid-18th century, all of the Italian centres of production were embracing the French Rococo style, each city developing its own variation of it.

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