Newest Entry

Center tables are perfect for decoration purposes: our newest entry, however, an impressive Italian late 28th century Neoclassical salon table, would also do very well without any further decoration, because it is, in itself, a sight to see.
Made in Italy in the late 18th century, it shows an unusual carving decoration of a surrounding drapery with tassel trimmings. The center table stands on boldly sculpted tapering square legs topped by palmetto leafs and carries a dark green and white mottled marble top.

This rare and remarkable center table offers various possible uses: whether being put against a wall as a console table, or being used as a coffee table or, of course, being used as the center piece of an entrance hall decorated with a lavish bouquet of flowers or a decorative sculpture – it will in any case be an absolutely enchanting eye-catcher.

18th Century Italian Louis XVI Neoclassical Giltwood Marble Top Center Table