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 Directoire style timber console table and mirror, 20th century, the mirror with a triangular pediment above a marble topped table with a single drawer supported on tapering square section legs terminating in brass lion's paw feet, with neoclassical w

A finely carved serpentine marble top gilt wood console table in the Regence style, English, 19th century, 85 cm high, 146 cm wide, 44 cm deep

A large carved gilt wood and marble top console table, French, 19th century, with applied acanthus leaves and hare bells decoration, supported on a crossed stretcher base, 98 cm high, 112 cm wide, 60 cm deep

Fine French giltwood Louis XV style marble inset topped console, approx 80 cm high, 110 cm long, 50 cm wide

Antique French gilt console, approx 81 cm high, 110 cm w x 46 cm deep

Louis XVI style marquetry console table, the shaped rectangular top over a frieze with applied ormolu mounts and hand painted porcelain plaques, raised on eight fluted tapered legs, with gilded brass stretchers (A/F)

Louis XV style walnut console table, 19th century, the shaped white marble top with moulded edge above a gilt and foliate-carved frieze, on shell-headed cabriole legs, with later glass shelf, retains Antique Dealer Association label

An Italian neoclassical giltwood and Feaux marble topped console table, late 18th century, 125 width x 58 depth x 86 cm height

A Louis XVI style gilt wood and gesso marble topped console table, 19th century the shaped grey marble top above rosette topped tapering fluted legs and X-stretcher, 83 cm high, 67 cm wide, 36 cm deep

A Venetian Blackamoor console table, 19th Century, modelled as a kneeling blackamoor attired in coloured robes, supporting the coloured tabletop with tasseled fringe emulating silk drapery to the frieze, supported on a naturalistic base, with leaf edge, su

Giltwood console table with marble top in the Rococo manner

A Louis XV style giltwood console table. The shaped serpentine streaked white marble top raised on cabriole legs and scroll feet. 91 cm high, 103 cm wide, 47 cm deep.

A French fine Empire style rectangular mahogany and marble top single drawer console table with ormolu mounts. 96 cm high, 116 cm wide, 56 cm deep.

Antique French mahogany marble topped multi tiered console, approx 163 cm high, 80 cm W

Impressive pair of French Art Deco consoles burr maple faux Makassar, ebony and chrome, approx 80 cm high, 122 cm wide, 51 cm deep (2)

Art Deco birds eye maple console, with shelf below, approx 68 cm high, 94 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A late Victorian oak marble topped console table, the serpentine marble top above freeze drawers and cabriole feather moulded legs and scroll feet, 123 width x 58 depth x 84 cm height

An Australian Colonial cedar, turned leg, console table late 19th century, having a secret side drawer to one end. Height 93 cm. Width 121 cm. Depth 45 cm

A parcel-gilt and mahogany eagle console table, French, circa 1830, 78cm high, 110cm wide, 75cm deep

A Victorian mahogany console table c.1880 with single central drawer, carved beaded edge, shell motif and scroll decoration. Height 86 cm. Width 99 cm. Depth 46 cm

Antique French carved walnut marble topped console, approx 102 cm high, 93 cm wide, 58 cm deep

Antique French Louis Philippe marble topped console, 84 cm high, 115 cm wide, 56 cm D

Georgian mahogany console table, mid-19th century, the rectangular top above carved supports terminating in paw feet, height 85 cm width 121 cm depth 47 cm

Louis XVI style marble topped console table, the breche d'alep style marble top above a frieze fitted with a long drawer, over a pair of panelled doors inlaid with floral decorations, the sides with a short drawer above a single door cupboard, mounted

An antique French gilt and marble console table and mirror, the impressive large ornate mirror with four gilt framed panels of bevelled glass, raised over a demilune console table, variegated marble top with fluted tapering legs and scrolling stretcher bas

A Louis XV style marble topped giltwood console table, of typical form with serpentine fronted marble top, 110 width x 46 depth x 90 cm height

Antique William IV rosewood D end console with tapering fluted front columns on squashed bun feet, later green marble top, approx 92 cm high, 181 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A carved timber console table, stretcher base on turned legs

A fine carved, painted and gilded rouge marble top console, Piedmontese region, circa 1780, 93 cm high, 115 cm wide, 57 cm deep

Antique French Louis XV style carved & gilt console, with marble top, approx 94 cm high, 104 cm long, 43 cm wide

An Empire marble top mirror back console table, rectangular, supported by two columnar supports with gilded corinthian capitals, on a rectangular base, 93 x 97 x 41 cm

An early 19th century Irish mahogany console table, the three drawer console with brass handles, raised by four turned supports, 92.5 x 110 x 49 cm

French wrought iron and marble topped console, approx 88 cm high, 98 cm wide, 35 cm deep

A Louis XVI revival gilt wood and marble top console table, French 19th century, 49 cm high, 103 cm wide, 91 cm deep

A very unusual and fine pair of semi-elliptical upright console tables, French Empire, circa 1815, 94 cm high, 70 cm wide, 26 cm deep

Small console table with single drawer and four legs at the base of a single stem

An Art Deco wrought iron and marble console table, circa 1930s, the elegant black wrought iron table with full length scrolled panels to the front and shallow sides, surmounted by a fine Italian nero portoro top. Height 79 cm. Width 100 cm. Depth 26 cm

Louis XVI style console table, with rectangular marble top and ormolu mounts, raised on four fluted legs, together with a Louis XVI style petite console table, with black marble top (A/F) (2). Height 78 cm. Width 92 cm. Depth 35 cm, height 78 cm. Width 56