An unusual early 19th Century Regency period figured mahogany Sofa Table having rosewood, maple, boxwood & ebony crossbanded top above angled frieze drawers raised on boldly carved & fluted centre pedestal with shell-carved platform base ending on scrolled legs with hairy carving retaining original brass lion’s paw castors. Circa: 1830
A Rare George IV Ormolu Mounted Centre Table attribution to the royal cabinet-makers Morel & Seddon, England, circa 1830| From a unique collection of antique and modern center tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/center-tables/
Commode, Matthieu Criaerd, working under Thomas-Joachin Hébert, 1742. Collection of Louvre Museum. A more colorful, feminine commode stood in the Château de Choisy bedroom of Madame de Mailly, Louis XV’s mistress.