Each console table of demilune shape with four feet ending in gilt-bronze sabots which carry the stretcher at the lower part of the console. Four slender fluted columns standing on the stretcher support the table top which holds one frieze drawer. The frieze drawer with neoclassical gilt-bronze ring handles and Louis XVI style key hole decoration. Only one of the drawers consists of a lock and its key. Each console table is topped by a mottled grey marble slab which is surrounded by a pierced gilt-bronze gallery.
The design of the pair of Directoire console tables is inspired by pieces of famous late 18th/early 19th century cabinet makers such as Jacques-Laurent Cosson (1737-1812), Georges I Jacob (1739-1814) or Bernard Molitor (1755-1833).
Condition: very good, min. wear consistent with age and use, min. fading – detailed condition report on request