Louis XV Oak Centre Table with a Saint Lary Marble Top

France | c. 1740

The ‘Saint Lary’ original marble top, above a shaped carved and pierced frieze, is supported on 4 carved cabriole legs with American Indian masks to each knee.

Provenance: Chateau de la Seilleraye, Carquefou, Loire Atlantique.
Built circa 1730

Height: 30 ½” (77.5cm)
Width: 51” (130cm)
Depth: 31” (79cm)

Saint Lary-en-Couserans, Ariege, Midi-Pyrenees, France quarry is now closed.


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