Pair of George II Style Giltwood and Grey Marble Eagle Console Tables

$24,000.00

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A pair of George II style giltwood and grey marble eagle console tables each with a grey rectangular marble top over a frieze carved with vitruvian scrolls, carved eagle supports sitting on faux agate bases. In the manner of William Kent. Provenance; Bernard Peyton, Princeton, New Jersey. Good condition.

Dimensions
34 in. H x 31 in. W x 18.5 in. D
86 cm H x 79 cm W x 47 cm D

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Additional information

Dimensions34.75 x 41.25 x 22 in
IN THE STYLE OF

George II

DATE OF MANUFACTURE

1880

MATERIALS

Painted Wood, Giltwood, and Marble

PERIOD

19th Century

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

United Kingdom