A pair of George II green painted and parcel gilt console tables.  The green paint surface of these tables is virtually all original, which is very rarely seen on furniture of the Palladian period.
Note: The tables have replaced marble tops, and the back feet have been reinstated. 

Literature: Illustrated:
Christie, Manson & Woods, ‘Wateringbury Place, Maidstone, Kent’, sale catalogue, Part I, 31 May 1978, p. 116, lot 246; one table illustrated.
Lanto Synge, Mallett’s Great English Furniture, 1991, p. 156; one table illustrated.


  • Provenance

    David Style, Wateringbury Place, Kent, England.
    Mallett & Son Ltd., London, England.
    Private collection, Ireland.


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