An Antique Centre Table signed by Taprell, Holland & Son of London (c. 1840 England) Constructed in burr walnut, in part ebonized and parcel gilt, with a specimen marble and micromosaic platform, probably by Alfonso Cavamelli of Rome
An Early Victorian cream-painted and parcel-gilt Italian pietre dure marble top center table circa the top attributed to J. Darmanin & Sons of Malta the stretchers each with pencilled inscription Royal Pavilion, Brighton,
A FINE AND LARGE SPECIMEN MARBLE AND HARDSTONE TABLE TOP CENTERED BY AN ARMORIAL MICROMOSAIC RONDEL, POSSIBLY BY VINCENZO RAFAELLI, Rome. Circa 1842. Measurements: Table: Height: 17 3/4 (45 cm) Width: 57″ (145 cm). Top: 29 5/8 (75.2 cm)Width: 57″ (145 cm) Depth: 1 1/8 (3 cm).
The Leonardo Da Vinci Table Scagliola (from the Italian scaglia, meaning "chips"), is a technique for producing stucco columns, sculptures, and other architectural elements that resemble inlays in marble and semi-precious stones. The Scagliola technique came into fashion in 17th-century Tuscany as an effective substitute for costly marble inlays, the pietra dura works created for the Medici family in Florence.