SOLD! for $3,776.00.
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- Low Estimate: $2,400.00
- High Estimate: $3,400.00
- Realized: $3,776.00
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Near pair of Neoclassical Adam style green painted console tables with Scagliola marble tops and applied Wedgwood plaques; demilune form with applied carved floral garland swags and bows, interspersed with oval jasperware plaques depicting cherubs and other classical motifs, each skirt centered with a rectangular jasperware medallion depicting five dancing female figures; four square tapering legs ornamented with carved swags and ending in spade feet. A demilune white marble top having inlaid green marble scroll and medallion design sits atop each table. 33 1/4 "H x 31 1/4"W x 14"D. Note: Likely English, Edwardian period or earlier, these tables combine the inlaid marble tops made popular in the George III period by Dominic Bartoli with French elements including the veiled drapery style paint introduced by Parisian marchands-merciers and Jasperware plaques seen on tables by Adam Weisweiler. Provenance: the estate of Martha Baldridge of Nashville (Belle Meade) Tennessee. Condition: 1st table: 2" area of shallow loss at front right edge (concealed by marble top). Missing one oval plaque. Some water spots, staining and shrinkage to underside, scattered shrinkage to exterior paint and moldings. Some minor replacements to marble inlay. 2nd table: Missing two oval plaques, scattered shrinkage to painted surface and moldings, minor losses to bottom edge molding of apron. Some minor replacements to marble inlay.