Front embellished with floral vine design and tree of life, turned feet, rich moulding adding depth at base, beautiful wrought iron handles on either side, keyhole decorated with fantastic animals.
This softwood cupboard used to take pride of place in the kitchen. A unique feature is its spacious drawers for storing bread. Beneath the drawers there is a pull-out breadboard. More info
For the most part, popular art furniture was specially ordered for weddings. The families deployed considerable means so that their children’s union would be fertile, prosperous and everlasting. The symbols that were used were understood by everybody, since they were rooted in a shared religious iconography. Beside the wardrobe, the other piece of furniture standing…
This coffered armoire, with drawers in the lower part, is in the Louis XIV style. The ultimate aim was to flaunt in one’s own home an ostentatious piece of furniture, reflecting the pomp and splendour of Versailles, initiated by Louis XIV, the Sun King. This type of furniture crowned the social and economic success of…
This linen cupboard from Limousin is typical of the first provincial furniture to make its way into aristocratic homes at the start of the 17ᵗʰ century. Before that, they put their clothes and linen in chests. This is a functional piece of furniture with just one audacious artistic feature: the moulding on the panels, designed…
Dimensions: height 41 cm. Restoration on a handle. Price on demand.
Height 24 cm. Possibilité de créer des séries.
Hauteur 30 cm.
Oil jar – 19ᵗʰ century – Auvergne Hauteur 29 cm.
Height 31 cm.
Entirely covered with studded leather. Arabesque motifs.Hasps. Wrought iron handles on either side.
On the upper crosspiece, beneath the cornice, an inset contains a stunning coat of arms representing the family who commissioned this unique piece. The front of the wardrobe is richly decorated with seashells and leaves. The doors are enhanced by Bérain-style decorations. Bérain was a famous 18ᵗʰ century decorative artist who created many highly popular…
Offering a collection of Renaissance style decorations. Trompe l’œil panels on top doors. Side and bottom panels decorated with arabesques. Top and bottom horizontal crosspieces enhanced with palmettos and shells. Moulded drawers decorated with drop beads. Columns with ornamental capitals..
The commode stands on ribbed and curved feet and the design of the chest is decorated with raised hearts. On the lower panel are decorative carvings that include shells, criss crosses and small flowers.
Decorated with moldings, decorative flowers. Inner door to store tablewear. Arched cornice.Hoof feet.
Top part narrower, fully sculpted diamond motifs, Maltese Cross on upper door, large cornice and rounded feet.
Dovetail construction, reinforced with metal plates, carrying handles of wrought iron. All the surfaces consist of a single plank including the top.
Sturdily built on scroll feet with columns on the sides. Crossbow front. Dovetailed drawers with bronze handles.
Sitting on scrolled feet, it has a pleasing sarcophagus shape, 3 dovetailed drawers with mouldings.
Made of exceptionally fine wood the sides and top have been made from the same plank ofaged walnut. The arched moulding surrounding the lock is indicative of the skill of contempory cabinet makers. The top is decorated with painted fleur de lys – symbol of nobility.
This Provençal sideboard has a rich floral ornamentation. The upper part has sliding doors called “glissants”. Finely crafted iron fittings. The lower crosspiece is decorated with a soup tureen and olive branches. Scroll feet.
Ideal for entertaining. Dimensions: length: 3m40, width: 1m38, height: 80cm.
Hauteur 26 cm.
Colander – 19ᵗʰ century – Saintonge. Dimensions: diameter 35 cm, height 18 cm.
Pale green glaze, V-shaped bands down front (finger impressions), comfortable handle, thin little spout.
Green glaze decorated with coiled slip strands small pinched lip to give accuracy. Lack of glazing on sides possibly for a better grip-a trade mark – or the potter’s naesthetic choice.