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A magnificent and finely carved and white painted console table
A magnificent and finely carved and white painted console table

A magnificent and finely carved and white painted console table, the veined black marble top  above a Greek key carved frieze with a central lion head and leafy swags below, the bold naturalistic hairy lion legs with paw and disc feet. The original George I by Benjamin Goodison now in the Wootton Hall at Althorp.

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Breakfront cerejeira side cabinet

Breakfront cerejeira side cabinet

Althorp console table

Althorp console table

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Crossbanded console

Ladies desk in light cerejeira

Ladies desk in light cerejeira

Rosewood console table

Rosewood console table

A swirl mahogany veneered and rosewood banded bar cart

A swirl mahogany veneered and rosewood banded bar cart

Hand Painted Floral Sheraton decorated Console table

Hand Painted Floral Sheraton decorated Console table

A mother of pearl inlaid corner cabinet

A mother of pearl inlaid corner cabinet

A mahogany veneered console table

A mahogany veneered console table

A mahogany console desserte

A mahogany console desserte

A flame mahogany side cabinet

A flame mahogany side cabinet

A wild rosewood veneered console table

A wild rosewood veneered console table

Althorp Admiralty console table

Althorp Admiralty console table

Serpentine mahogany console table

Serpentine mahogany console table

Louis XVI style console table

Louis XVI style console table

Mahogany console table

Mahogany console table

Mahogany side cabinet with mother of pearl parquetry

Mahogany side cabinet with mother of pearl parquetry

A mahogany and ormolu mounted card table

A mahogany and ormolu mounted card table

High figured veneer and brass console table

High figured veneer and brass console table

A finely parquetry veneered two tier console table

A finely parquetry veneered two tier console table

Walnut and yew burl veneered console table

Walnut and yew burl veneered console table

A Chinoiserie parcel gilt console table

A Chinoiserie parcel gilt console table

A flame mahogany console table

A flame mahogany console table

Swirl mahogany demi lune console table

Swirl mahogany demi lune console table

A marquetry and brass mounted jardiniere

A marquetry and brass mounted jardiniere

Giltwood console table with cerejeira top

Giltwood console table with cerejeira top

Silver leaf console table

Silver leaf console table

Gold leaf console table - Antique finish

Gold leaf console table - Antique finish

A wrought iron and brass console table

A wrought iron and brass console table

Empire style giltwood console table

Empire style giltwood console table

Empire style console table

Empire style console table

18th Century Style Console - Two Drawers

18th Century Style Console - Two Drawers

18th Century Style Console - One Drawer

18th Century Style Console - One Drawer

18th Century Style Console - Two Drawer

18th Century Style Console - Two Drawer

Hand carved Mahogany console table

Hand carved Mahogany console table

Gillows console table

Gillows console table

Mahogany, sycamore and brass strung console table

Mahogany, sycamore and brass strung console table

Mahogany demi-lune console table

Mahogany demi-lune console table

Continental Commode Crotch Mahogany

Continental Commode Crotch Mahogany

Gold leaf console table - Antique finish

Gold leaf console table - Antique finish

Silver leaf console table

Silver leaf console table

Silver console table with black granite top

Silver console table with black granite top

Reproduction Console Tables / Hall Tables

Traditionally Console tables were used for displaying decorative items or accessories. They can also be used to hold lamps. They are often found in hallways/entryways and you might even find a mirror above them. The console table is versatile and can also used as a vanity table in a bedroom, as a small server in a dining room or even a small table/desk in a home office.  They have been used throughout the centuries and designs range from the simplest to the most ornate with marquetry inlays or carvings.  Mirrors often hang above a console table where the pattern or carving from the table is reproduced on the frame of the mirror to make a complete statement piece.  In Stately homes it would be usual to have a pair of demi lune console tables, and the two pieces could be put together to make one circular table or alternatively,  each piece could be placed on the end of the dining table to extend it.

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