ANTIQUE 18TH CENTURY NEOPOLITAN
ITALIAN ROCOCO CONSOLE TABLE
Item # LFAKE7195
Lovely 18th century Rococo period console table in walnut. Naples, Italy. Serpentine top rests above an intricately carved frieze with a central rocaille cartouche, foliate tendrils and elaborate scrolls of acanthus, the sides featuring grotto shell elements. Raised on graceful, carved cabriole legs terminating in inward scrolled feet.
The word Rococo, derived from the French rocaille (stone) and coquilles (shell), may also be a combination of the Italian word barocco (an irregularly shaped pearl, possibly the source of the word baroque) and the French rocaille. It describes the rock and shell work of the Versailles grottoes and the refined and fanciful style that became fashionable in parts of Europe in the 18th century.
h - 31.5"
w - 24.5"
d - 18"
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