These pedestals are beautiful examples of French 19th-Century furniture design. They feature flat circular tops, which are fringed with drapery-like carvings. The tops are set on cushioned bases, supported by columnar shafts. These are decorated with high-relief carvings of flowering vines. The vines twist and wind their way around the column shafts, creating beautiful sinuous patterns. Each pedestal stands on a triform support, composed of three cabriole legs. These legs are decorated with floral bands, stylised acanthus leaves, and bellflowers within cartouches, and they terminate in claw-and-ball feet.
The design of the pedestals is elegant and refined, meaning they will complement the beauty of the items that are placed on top of them. This may include fine candelabra, pieces of sculpture or works of decorative art, such as vases.