Learn about Console Table

Similar in design and function to a pier table, a console table is a side table supported on legs or scrolled brackets at the front, with the back secured to the wall. Usually surmounted with a tall mirror, they were made to stand in the piers or divisions between the windows of a drawing room. Later Victorian versions were often freestanding on a platform base, with straight rear supports to enable the table to stand flat against the wall. Console tables usually had marble tops. Potential purchasers should be aware that many converted marble top washstands are now marketed as 'console tables' or hall tables.

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A carved and pierced gilt wood marble top console table, French, late 18th/early 19th century, 90 cm high, 156 cm wide and 72 cm deep

French Art Deco wrought iron console table, in the style of Edgar Brandt, c. 1930, with inset variegated marble top. Height 100 cm, width 28 cm, length 128 cm

Pair of Italian carved and painted and parcel-gilt demi-lune console tables, shaped faux-marble painted tops above pale grey and gilt scroll frieze, raised on three accentuated cabriole legs on hoof feet (2). Height 82 cm width 90 cm depth 43 cm

French carved giltwood console table, 19th century, serpentine rouge marble top with carved chamfered giltwood border, pierced frieze with carved rocaille and c-scroll swags, raised on four carved double scroll and foliate legs. Height 84 cm width 123 cm d

An iron and marble top console table together with an octagonal lime washed mirror, 88 cm high, 190 cm wide and 33 cm deep

French cast iron console table with stone top, ex Chantilly France. 170 cm x 36 x 98 cm

An elegant console table in the Art Deco manner, in the style of André Arbus, having a slender rectangular walnut top with a fine pattern and coloration above lyre supports to a stepped base with a ribbed motif in darker timbers upon a plinth base raised o

A good 19th century mahogany console table with variegated black marble top. The frieze drawer above brass paw footed cabriole legs on a platform base. Height 86 cm. Width 112 cm. Depth 47 cm

Antique French Empire marble top mahogany console table, approx 87 cm high, 81 cm wide, 46 cm depth

Edwardian 2 tier console table, 91 cm wide, 50.5 cm deep, 93 cm high

Victorian cedar serpentine front console table, with drawer, 122 cm wide, 58 cm deep, 76 cm high approx

A French bow front console table. Imported for Geraldine Cooper Interiors, the milkwashed 'Elenore' console table with a shaped mushroom timber top above a fluted skirt, and upon slender baluster style fluted legs (retail $1850). Height 91 cm. Widt

A French gilt wrought iron marble topped console table, with central stretcher with applied acanthus leaf motifs, 80 cm high, 172 cm wide, 47 cm deep

A walnut veneered console table labelled Maitland Smith, 85 cm high, 70 cm wide, 33 cm deep

An Art Deco console table, the rectangular shape stepped top above inverted U shaped support on pedestal base, 66 cm high, 118 cm wide, 30 cm deep

A pair of burr walnut mirrors and console tables, mirrors 180 cm high, tables 87 cm high, 84 cm wide and 36 cm deep

French style long 2 drawer console table, 170 cm wide, 45 cm deep, 78 cm high

Victorian mahogany console table, with single drawer, scroll carved front columns on a platform base, 128 cm wide, 58 cm deep, 83 cm high

Large early Victorian mahogany console table, with scrolled front supports on platform base with bun feet, 131 cm wide, 56 cm deep, 83 cm high

A large early Georgian style cream painted, marble top console table, 91 cm high, 171 cm wide, 59 cm deep

19th century French console table with cream and black painted finish and mirrored back. 102 cm x 38 cm x 80 cm

Painted two drawer console table, approx 76 cm high, 140 cm wide (closed)

Louis XV style 19th century French gilt console table. It has a shaped yellow marble top, which is above a frieze carved with rocaille, and it is on two scroll carved cabriole legs with shell rococo decoration. 91 cm high, 74 cm wide, 41 cm deep

Wrought iron and travertine topped console table, of D shape, approx 123 cm wide

An American mahogany Gothic revival console table, mid 20th century, by the grand Rapids furniture Company, Michigan, having a serpentine glazed top with ogee shaped sides, a single long partitioned frieze drawer, a carved shaped apron and scrolled and pie

A Louis XV style giltwood and composition console table, French 19th century, the later shaped travertine top above a foliate scroll carved frieze and raised on c-scroll legs joined by a foliate stretcher <I>114 cm wide, x 44 cm deep x, 93 cm high

A Venetian etched mirror glass and applied gilt glass console table and mirror, Italian, circa 1950, table 85 cm high, 112 cm wide and 34 cm deep, mirror 138 cm high x 87 cm wide. Provenance: Private Collection, Sydney

A Louis XV style gilt gesso and carved wood marble top console table, French 19th century. 150 cm wide, 87 cm high and 70 cm deep. Provenance: Private Collection, Sydney

A George II style carved and gilt pine console early 20th century, 205 x 89.5 x 63 cm

1930's French wrought iron console base, 125 cm wide, 90 cm high

A vintage Maori carved console table with stylised carved legs and frieze featuring tikis, weka and dog toothed notching. Height 85 cm. Width 110 cm. Depth 35 cm

A pair of grey painted and gilded marble top console tables, French, circa 1865 carved with shields to the frieze, carved with the initials S, M. 73 cm high, 91 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A mid 20th century console table, with a green marble top, above a frieze with c-scroll and foliate decoration on cabriole legs. 90 cm high, 130 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A 19th century Louis XV style gilt console table, of serpentine outline, with marble top, the frieze with ornately carved foliate on cabriole legs with conforming stretcher and matching mirror.

A late 19th century Italian Louis XV style polychrome console table of serpentine outline, with simulated marble top, the frieze with ornate carved foliate on cabriole legs with conforming stretcher.