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The French term originally the name for a small stand for a candelabrum, but now used to describe any small circular topped table or pedestal, often with an intermediate shelf and on three legs..
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A Louis XVI style gilt metal gueridon, French 20th century, circular black fossil marble top, 69 cm high, 71 cm diameter

A Louis XVI style gilt metal gueridon, French 20th century, circular black fossil marble top, 69 cm high, 71 cm diameter

A French Louis XV style gilt metal mounted rosewood gueridon, the shaped top above concave stretcher shelf, 51 width x 39 depth x 75 cm height

A Louis XV style parquetry gueridon, with brass mounts, the shaped top above serpentine fronted drawer and concentric stretcher shelves, 55 width x 41 depth x 80 cm height

A black marble inset gilt bronze gueridon table, French, 19th century, 69 cm high, 41 cm diameter

A gilded and ebonised specimen marble top octagonal gueridon, Italian, circa 1830, 73 cm high, 44 cm diameter

An Empire-Stye giltwood gueridon, in the Egyptian manner, the inset travertine top above a fluted frieze raised on four cowled maiden caryatids with scrolling bases, on a cruciform platform base with paw feet. Height 81 cm. Diameter 65 cm.

A Louis XVI-Stye mahogany gueridon, the inset onyx top above a gilt metal-mounted frieze raised on four turned tapering supports with crossed stretchers. Height 81 cm. Diameter 46 cm.

A marble topped gueridon table, French first half of the 19th century, 80 cm high, 100 cm diameter

A mahogany and green painted marble topped gueridon table, French, circa 1820, 72 cm high, 62 cm diameter

Austrian Secessionist copper and brass gueridon the copper top of oval form. Height 80 cm

Pair of Italian walnut polychromed blackamoor gueridons, 19th century, one figure holding a sword, the other a torch (2). Height 98 cm

A pair of French Empire style iron marble topped gueridons with a circular top above an open triform body and a platform base, with lion mask heads and ring handles, 41 cm diameter x 119 cm high

A pair of French Empire style cast iron and marble gueridons each with a circular marble inset top above an openwork body and a tripartite platform base, 108 cm high and 48 cm diameter

A pair of black travertine circular gueridon tables, on a tripod base, 58 cm high and 40 cm diameter

A fine French Louis Philippe gueridon, 1830-40s, with a taupe marble top with a fluted rim, above a plain frieze and a large faceted baluster pedestal upon three volute shaped squared legs terminating in lions' paw feet. Height 71 cm. Diameter 100 cm.

A pair of French Empire marble top and painted gueridons, each with a circular marble top above a triform open work body with reeded supports terminating in Egyptian mask heads, concave platform base, 34 cm diameter x 132. 5 cm high.

A Louis XVI style gilt bronze and marble gueridon, the circular marble top with an egg and dart gilt bronze surround above a single shelf, raised on slender supports with ram's head terminals United by concave stretchers, 77 cm diameter x 74 cm high.

A pair of 19th century cast iron gueridons, each with a shallow ovoid top raised on reeded tripod supports with a concave platform base, 51 cm diameter x 112 cm high.

A Victorian cast iron gueridon, with a circular black marble top, above a reeded standard, raised on a tripartite base cast with dragon mask heads, 79.5 cm high.

A French 18th century Louis XVI mahogany and satine tripod gueridon, the circular red marble top within a raised rim, on a circular fluted shaft and splayed legs, each terminating in pad feet in the shape of shoes 38 cm in diameter. Height 73.5 cm .

A French early 19th century mahogany tripod gueridon, in the style of Canabas,the dished circular tilt-top on turned column pedestal and three swept feet, on castors 81 cm in diameter. Height 73.5 cm .

Pair of French gilt bronze and carrara marble gueridons, c1890 with rams' heads and hoofed feet. Height 70 cm. Diameter 70 cm

A fine Russian 19th century gilt and patinated bronze gueridon, the Rosso marble top above a flower head and ribbon cast frieze on female caryatid supports and a quadripartite shaped plinth base with central cast flaming urn finial on bun feet, 75 cm in di

A French Empire gilt and patinated bronze gueridon, the rose breche marble slab with engine turned gallery on a plain column and tripod support formed from cloven hoof legs mounted with ormolu anthemion motifs and centred by a pendant pineapple finial, the

An early 20th century mahogany gilt metal mounted gueridon in the Directoire style the circular marble top within a pierced gallery on fluted tapering legs, 61 cm in diameter. Height 67 cm

A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry gueridon, the octagonal top inlaid with a central scene depicting a bird perched amongst foliage, above a turned and tapering standard, raised on a tripod base. Height 104. 5 cm

A kingwood gueridon with inset green marble top on turned tapering fluted supports terminating in hoof feet with ormolu mounts. Width 39 cm diameter 51 cm. Height 75 cm

A French Louis XVI style walnut gueridon circular form with inset marble top brass gallery frieze drawers on tapering turned fluted supports. Diameter 62.5 cm. Height 74 cm

A French ormolu mounted mahogany two-tier gueridon with inset marble top and a frieze ormolu decoration.

A French kingwood Louis XV style gueridon, the top tier with marble and a brass gallery. Height 178 cm

Napoleon III oval watergilded gueridon with white marble. Width 70 cm

A pair of transitional style kingwood and tulipwood gueridons 45 cm wide 32 cm deep 75 cm high

A Charles X mahogany marble top gueridon table, French, circa 1830. Height 73 cm. Diameter 98 cm