Goodison Fox Console
A polished limestone top supported by a seated stylised fox to each corner, flanking scrolling acanthus and oak-leaf swags, centred by a female mask above a scallop shell. This impressive console table is an example by Benjamin Goodison, circa 1740.
The original pair now reside in the Victoria and Albert Museum, see Christopher Wilk (ed) Western Furniture 1350 to the Present Day, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1995, p230.
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