A French Baroque Walnut Table
17th Century

The top extending over a carved two-drawer frieze with a central finial on turned columnar legs joined by a lower stretcher.

Height 33 in. Width 68 ½ in. Depth 24 in.

Inventory Number: Tab335
A Spanish Baroque Walnut Table
18th Century

The top extending over a carved three-drawer frieze with stylized vine motif, on turned columnar legs joined by a lower stretcher.

Height 32 in. Width 66 in. Depth 31 in.

Inventory Number: Tab334
A Fine Syrian Mother-Of-Pearl & Bone-Inlaid Table
19th Century

The rectangular top with a central inlaid design over an intricate frieze with a single carved drawer over inlaid pillars resting on a raised plinth with carved decorations, all resting on four turned bun feet.

Height 33 ½ in. Width 45 ½ in. Depth 24 in.

Inventory Number: Tab321
An Unusual Mid Century Art Deco Style Marble Top Table

Height 33 in. Width 60 in. Depth 18 in.

Inventory Number: Tab316
A Fine Louis XVI Brass Mounted Ebony & Acajou Mouchete Game Table/Table de Brelan by Godefroy Dester
18th Century

Stamped Godefroy Dester

Godefroy Dester maitre 1774

Height 30 in. Width 43 in. Depth 21 ½ in.

Diameter when open 43 in.

This ebeniste was active until at least 1790. working in the rue du Faubourg-Saint – Antoine. His work, which is very distinctive, usually takes the form of light pieces of furniture, tables and bonhcurs-du-jour with marquetry in a loz­enge pattern, the centres decorated. The woods used, satinwood, and stained maplewood, create a harmonious blend of pale-gold and green. The shapes are simple and the decorative use of gilt- bronze mounts is restrained. Godefroy Dester also made a number of pieces in mahogany as well, close in style to the work of Weisweiler and Benneman. The mounts are very sober, the distinction resting largely in the beauty of the woods. The only recorded piece of elaborate furniture by Dester is a commode formerly in the Collection of the Earl of Plymouth. In this, highly ornate gilt-bronze mounts are combined with plaques of Paris porcelain. This commode formed one of a pair bought by the Comte d’Artois in 1785 from the marchand-miroitier Delaroue, established at 4 rue de Verrerie at the sign ‘A la Toilette Royale’. They adorned the bedroom of the prince at the Palais du Temple. Paris, and were designed for his toilette; for this purpose they were fitted with boxes lined in blue chamois to hold toilet utensils. It seems that Delaroue was seeking to emulate the porcelain-mounted pieces in which Daguerre specialized.

Commode stamped Dester, decorated with Haris porcelain plaques It he largest

Jean-Jacques Gautier: Le Garde Mcublc’ in: La Folie

d’Artois. 1988. p. 115
Bonheur-du-jour stamped Dester, с. 1780. (Archives Galeric Perrin. Paris)

Le Mobilier Francais Du XVIII Siecle
By Denise Ledoux-Lebard

Height 30 in. Width 43 in. Depth 21 ½ in. Diameter when open 43 in.

Inventory Number: Tab207
A Louis XVI Gilt-Bronze Mounted Tulipwood Marquetry Console Desserte
18th Century

The D-shaped gray marble top with three-quarter pierced gallery, above a frieze drawer inlaid with vines of flowers flanked by hinged doors, raised on circular legs joined by a conforming platform stretcher with similar inlay.

Height 31 1/2 in. Width 36 1/2 in. Depth 17 1/2 in.

Inventory Number: Con348
A Fine Pair of Small Louis XVI Carved Giltwood Console Tables
18th Century

Each with a D-shape white marble top above the guilloche-carved frieze, centered by a woven basket flanked by fruit, above laurel swags, raised on incurved fluted legs, terminating on square tapered feet.

Height 32 in. Width 17 in. Depth 12 1/2 in.

Inventory Number: Con347
A Fine Regence Painted Console Table
18th Century

The rectangular marble top with rounded corners and molded edge above a shell and foliate scroll carved cabriole legs

Height 35 in. Width 58 in. Depth 28 in.

Inventory Number: Con14
An Important Neoclassical Giltwood Console
18th Century

The mottled grey rectangular marble above an egg and dart edge, the guilloche frieze with a central rosette, on reeded tapering legs on foliate carved feet and headed by capitals below rosettes

Height 39 in. Width 58 in. Depth 29 ½ in.

Inventory Number: Con12
An Important Neoclassical Painted & Parcel Gilt Console
18th Century

The rectangular pale yellow veneered mottled marble top above the conforming frieze with carved guilloche and leaf tip decoration, raised on waisted circular tapering fluted legs ending in toupie feet, the whole painted in tones of iron red and high lighted with gilding

Height 38 in. Width 61 in. Depth 30 in.

Inventory Number: Con11