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Console table
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Paragone, Red jasper, Lapis lazuli. 1779 - 1781
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
Console table
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Paragone, Red jasper, Lapis lazuli. 1779 - 1781
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

This table`s exquisitely made top is based on a painting by Charles-Joseph Flipart (1721-1797) which is also in the Prado (P07824). The central scene depicts figures in a port, of which the two in the oriental style are based on works by Giambattista Tiepolo. The table was made by Italian craftsmen summoned to Madrid by Charles III to establish the Royal Hardstone Laboratory.

Console
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Lapis lazuli. 1784 - 1786
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
Console
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Lapis lazuli. 1784 - 1786
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

This table has the image of a painting of a seascape and its frame, back to front, as well as playing cards, various chips, a ruler, a hammer, a compass and other carpentry tools, two buckles, a key ring and various drawings over a touchstone or black Belgian marble background. The representation of the images is directly based on famous compositions by French painter Joseph Vernet (1714-1789), wh

Console
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Lapis lazuli. 1784 - 1786
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
Console
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Lapis lazuli. 1784 - 1786
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

A table with two images of paintings (a seascape and a landscape) on a background of touchstone or Belgian black marble. Various books, a checkerboard, a small cup and a bag have been haphazardly arranged around them. The representation of the images is directly based on famous compositions by French painter Joseph Vernet (1714-1789), whose work was much appreciated by Charles III and Charles IV.

The Badminton Game, console
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Lapis lazuli. 1788 - 1791
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
The Badminton Game, console
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Lapis lazuli. 1788 - 1791
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

Corals, pearls, shells, fruit and flowers are arranged on the table with wide Lapis-lazuli borders. The central scene has a light chalcedony background framed by a garland with an asymmetrical rocaille. It shows two men playing badminton while others dance near an obelisk. The scene of ball players with various figures chatting in a landscape with classical architecture—the basalt lion from the Ca

Console Table
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Paragone, Lapis lazuli. 1775 - 1780
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
Console Table
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Paragone, Lapis lazuli. 1775 - 1780
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

Two men play skittles among Roman ruins in a setting that recalls Venetian view paintings or vedute. The scene is framed by a border with fruit, musical and scientific instruments, books and a tray with a towel and a silver jug. The base follows the Neapolitan style of the first half of the century. The pair to this table is in the Ajuda Palace in Lisbon.

The Ball Game, console
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Lapis lazuli. 1788 - 1791
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
The Ball Game, console
Gilt-bronze, Chalcedony, Lapis lazuli. 1788 - 1791
Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

The table bears shells, fruit and flowers over ample lapis-lazuli borders. The central scene has a light chalcedony background and is framed by a garland with an asymmetrical rocaille. The scene of ball players with various figures chatting in a landscape with classical architecture—the basalt lion from the Capitolino and the pyramid of Cestius, both in Rome—is taken from models that Giuseppe Zocc

Console
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Jasper. 1781 - 1784
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
Console
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Jasper. 1781 - 1784
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

The tabletop, which bears its date of completion, is decorated with trompe l’oeil decorations organized like a messy table. A painting with two Oriental figures is surrounded by various books, a ruler, a box, a cane, various papers and a drawing, two pistols and a powder container, a belt and a dagger. The bronze foot was made by Giovanni Battista Ferroni after Neapolitan consoles from the first h

Console Table
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Jasper. 1783 - 1784
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro
Console Table
Gilt-bronze, Paragone, Jasper. 1783 - 1784
Ferroni, Juan Bautista; Real Laboratorio de Piedras Duras del Buen Retiro

The decoration of the tabletop is a trompe l’oeil design of the "disordered table" type. The objects refer to the liberal arts, including paintings, of which two are anamorphic and one a silhouette portrait, a book by Pliny, another of pieces of music, a hurdy-gurdy, bellows and a stick. The bronze base follows Neapolitan tables of this type of the first half of the century.

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