Egyptian Revival tables from various revivals. A torchere too but it fits right in. Make your barge look like Cleopatra’s.

Egyptian Revival console table with a Black Portoro marble top, a frieze carved with gilt decorated fans and rosettes and a central medallion with a framed and gilt Egyptian scene along with the legs in the form of standing gilt sphinxes. Undated. Maker not known. Image © 2021 Chairish, Inc. and J&M Antiques, Bradenton, Florida. Fair use license. via
Pedestal table in mahogany, gilded beech with gold leaf and green lacquered beech decorated with swans. 19th c. Maker not known. Image © MLD Antiquités and Fair use license. via

Pair of Regency Egyptian Revival ebonized and giltwood console tables with winged sphinx supports. Each one with a rectangular marble top surmounted by a low superstructure carved with a pharaoh set between crocodiles, above a frieze carved in low relief with black-painted hieroglyphs incorporating scarabs, falcons, scorpions, and ankhs, supported by a winged sphinx. Inscribed “Chenu” with a mirrored backboard. ca. 1805. Probably British. Maker not known. Image © Hyde Park Antiques Ltd. Fair use license. via
Iron and bronze plant stand/ceremonial bowl/torchere. Vintage. Neoclassical/Egyptian Revival. Maitland-Smith, maker. Image © 1995-2021 eBay Inc. Fair use license. via

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