An outstanding Italian 18th century Louis XV st. walnut Roman console. The freestanding console is raised by four elegant cabriole legs with topie shaped feet and richly carved scrolled and floral designs with cabochons at each corner. The scalloped shaped apron is centered by a richly carved seashell reserve. Above is the impressive original veneered marble top framed within a moulded white Carrara marble border.
A GEORGE III SOLID MAHOGANY GATE-LEG CARD TABLE - ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS CHIPPENDALE, CIRCA 1775 - The serpentine foldover top with carved edge enclosing a baize interior over a frieze with deep central panel displaying the Hungerford crest within swags of wheat and laurel, the frame carved with further husk chains on cabriole legs headed by foliate fans and pendant husks and with foliate scroll feet, with further fifth folding leg, 28 ½ in. high, 36 ¾ in. wide, 18 ¼ in. deep