Discovered in a villa in Turin, Italy, this beautiful table features two types of marble, which were hand-carved in the 1800’s. The rectangular top with canted corners has been carved from “sunset red” Sicilian marble, which is a ruddy brown color with lighter red inclusions and white veining. There is a quarter round molding along all edges that overhangs a cavetto cornice. Highly polished white carrara marble with gray veining has been used for the octagonal baluster base that has several layers of molding at the top and bottom. This 19th century carrara and sicilian marble table would make a fantastic center table for a foyer or entry hall.
CONDITION: Good antique condition with wear commensurate to age and use, including fleabites and minor scratches to the top. Light buildup to base.