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Italian 1940s slim, sleek console with original marble
top. Eccola (Italian for ""here it is"") is the name of the West Hollywood showroom of Maurizio Almanza and his wife, former Hollywood set decorator Kathleen White-Almanza. Highlighting the best of Italian ...
Italian console, likely Venetian, in the 1930s Rococo
style. The elaborately carved table is painted in laurel green and parcel-gilt. The Rosa Mariam marble top is intact and shows beautiful veining. Minor chipping and peeling.
Gilt Italian console with white marble top and
mirror. Detailed tassel and carved accents. Marked, "Made in Italy." Two pieces. Console, 38"L x 13"W x 34"H. Mirror, 32"L x 2"W x 48"H. Normal vintage patina to gilding.