Each occasional table features four scrolled gilt bronze feet, which extend upwards to form rosewood cabriole legs. These are decorated, on their tops, with Rococo style gilt bronze mounts, cast as grotesque masks. On each, the legs support the body of the table, which is shaped and articulated by tulipwood parquetry compositions. An elaborate, scrolling gilt bronze keyhole is mounted onto the centre of each front panel. This serves as a kind of knob, which helps you to open the drawer behind. Each piece has two handles which are fitted onto the table sides. The tops of the tables are shaped and each features a multi-wood parquetry design that radiates from a central point, enclosed within a raised gilt bronze border.
This pair of tables are graceful and refined in their style and will make wonderful additions to an interior, either antique or contemporary.