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BADA 2020

A superb George II carved giltwood serpentine console table. The frieze intricately carved with a central flower filled cartouche bordered by C-scrolls and with acanthus entwined s-scrolls to the front and side. The console is supported on rocaille-carved cabriole legs terminating in scroll feet. The detailing used in the carving is exquisite, the table has excellent proportions throughout. A wonderful piece of furniture.

Further Information: Breccia is a rock composed of broken fragments of minerals or rock cemented together by a fine-grained matrix, that can be either similar to or different from the composition of the fragments. The word is a loan from Italian, and in that language indicates either loose gravel or stone made by cemented gravel. The striking visual appearance of breccias has for millennia made them a popular sculptural and architectural material. Breccia was employed for column bases in the Minoan palace of Knossos on Crete in about 1800 BC.

Origin/Age: English, George II, circa 1750

Provenance: Private collection London. Bought from Ronald Phillips, Bruton St, London in 1998.


Height 35.00 inches (88.90cm) Width 50.00 inches (127.00cm) Depth 20.50 inches (52.07cm)

Condition report

Excellent condition. Minor restorations, re-gilded within the last 30 years. Marble top a later replacement.

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs