ON HOLD: A pair of Swedish Gustavian style light gray / cream painted demi-lune console tables from circa 1880 with fluted tapered legs, dentil molding and carved rosettes on the knees. This pair of Swedish Gustavian style demi-lune console tables, crafted around 1880, brings a touch of timeless elegance to your living space. The delicate light gray and cream painted finish, skillfully applied, exudes a sense of grace and sophistication.
The tables are characterized by their fluted tapered legs, which add a classical element to their design. Carved rosettes on the knees of each table are a testament to the exquisite craftsmanship of the Gustavian style. The apron's lower section features finely carved dentil molding, adding a touch of understated opulence.
These console tables are not just pieces of furniture; they are statements of refined taste and style. Placed in a hallway or foyer, they make a striking first impression on guests, offering a surface for decorative accents like fresh flowers, artwork, or sculptures. In a living room, they can serve as charming display spaces for collectibles, books, or family photos.
Their semi-circular shape allows them to snugly fit against a wall, making the most of your available space. These Swedish Gustavian style console tables are versatile pieces that effortlessly blend with various interior design themes, from classic to contemporary.
Place of Origin: Sweden
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 35.25"W x 17.75"D x 30"H
Inventory Number: YY35