Reissue 19th of a Console of abundance by William Kent

Console of abundance in carved and gilded wood composed of four supports in volutes decorated with acanthus leaves and pine cone scales. On the front, four struts formed by two volutes and two horns of plenty are joined around a bust of a woman representing Cybele the mother goddess. At the foot of the volutes rest pine cones. A grey-black marble tops the whole piece of furniture.

This re-edition of the model designed by William Kent in the 18th century was made in the 19th century. The gilding that had deteriorated was completely restored by the Zador workshop in 2018.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
156 × 67 × 84 cm
XIXth century

From: Valence 26 000 FR

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