A George II later gold painted carved console table
The rectangular campan pink marble top above an egg and dart and Vitruvian scroll carved frieze, on double 'C' scroll acanthus, paterae and carved scaley legs, the reverse carved with trailing bellflowers, on scroll feet, 153cm wide, 80cm deep, 87cm high (60" wide, 31" deep, 34" high).
- Paint analysis has been undertaken for this lot and indicates four layers of decoration, the original decoration being a scheme of White and gold.
The 2nd scheme was a graining scheme. The layers look typical of C19th technique
The 3rd scheme is another C19th graining - imitating stained oak.
The 4th and present scheme is a 'gold' paint.