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Important George II Period Giltwood Sidetable / Console Sidetable of Immense Proportions

England, c.1735

A Truly Important Early Georgian Period ,Exquisitely Carved Giltwood Sidetable / Console Table of Immense Proportions Retaining almost all of the Original Gilding with a later Dramatically Figured Breche Marble Top.

A Fine Example of English Elite Furnishings of the Period which was Suitable for Great Country Residences in the First Quarter of the 18th Century .

Provenance
Purchased by direct contact with ecclesiastical offices - ie The Church in Baldock Hertfordshire who in the 19th Century received the table as a gift from a notable Essex Family .

Exhibitions
Harris Lindsay Jermyn Street London

Literature: See ...." A Chronicle of Small Beer " The Early Victorian Diaries of a Hertfordshire Brewer .

Medium: Wood/Gilt

Dimensions

Height: 87 cm (34.25 in), Width: 164 cm (64.57 in), Depth: 113 cm (44.49 in)

Condition report

Wonderful Original and Brilliant Giltwood with minor Refreshing. Sympathetic repairs to two claw feet due to wear.

Stock number

5677