The side table comprises a classical marble table top made of grey coarse-grained marble top set in a moulded onyx frame, decorated with malachite in the corners. Multi-colored marble mosaic relief of the royal eagle of Sicily in the center of the table top. The stone table top is supported by two prism columns of malachite, with stylized capitals and fluted bases of grey marble and bronze lion paw pedestals. The columns stand on a rectangular moulded white Greek plinth, the front of which bears an inscription recalling the King of the Two Sicilies, Ferdinand III of the House of Bourbon, and the year 1806, when the king was forced to flee from Napoleon's advancing armies to Sicily. Marble, onyx, malachite, bronze.