A French Louis XVI period solid walnut demilune console table from the late 18th century with folding top showcasing a geometric design and five cylindrical tapering legs adorned with ring motifs. Exuding the elegance of late 18th-century France, this Louis XVI period solid walnut demilune console table serves as a testament to the enduring allure of antique furniture. Carved from solid walnut, the table embodies the understated refinement of Louis XVI style.
The console's semi-circular folding top is the centerpiece, revealing an elegant geometric pattern when opened. With a full extension to 51.75 inches in depth, the top provides ample display or serving space, making this piece both beautiful and practical. The leg extends in the back to receive the opened top. When closed, the table morphs into a compact demilune form, perfect for hallways, entryways or any space where square footage is at a premium.
Emanating subtle elegance, the table rests on five cylindrical legs. The tapering shape of these legs contributes to the overall visual lightness of the piece, while the ring motifs encircling them add a touch of ornamentation that doesn't overshadow the table's simple elegance.
Whether used in a hallway, living room, or dining room, this Louis XVI period solid walnut demilune console table will infuse any space with timeless French charm. Its versatility and beautiful craftsmanship make it a must-have piece for lovers of period furniture, adding an air of sophistication to any interior design.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 52.5"W x 29.25"H x 51.75"D
Inventory Number: XX210