An early 19th century (circa 1815) French Empire mahogany Gueridon table with marble top.
This highly decorative table consists of an inset Gris Sainte Anne grey marble top surrounded by a mahogany border and brass edge with mahogany frieze below.
This leads down to the case consisting of three highly decorative carved, gilded and painted supports with gilt swan heads to the top, gilded rosettes and carved paw feet all supported on a tri-form concave mahogany platform base terminating with painted bun feet.
This table is in very good condition for age, is of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Height: 27.5” / 70cm
Width: 25.75” / 65.5cm
Depth: 25.75” / 65.5cm
Daimeter of marble only: 20” / 50.75cm