This antique occasional table dates from the nineteenth century and features elements of Louis Xvi and Directoire style. It features a rouge and white variegated marble top, and blue patinated frieze decorated with twisted garland and neoclassical masks in bronze. Its original wooden legs are decorated with spiraling bronze garland mounts and are connected with a stretcher with rosette in center, and sit upon splayed bronze feet ending in animal hooves. It measures 23" wide, 13" deep and 28.75" high. Recently regilded. Our images show the table prior to and after restoration. This item resides in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan ( New York City ) and may be seen by appointment.