Commode galbée Louis XV en noyer – XVIIIᵉ – Sud Ouest

Curved Louis XV walnut chest of drawers – 18ᵗʰ century – South-West of France

The generous proportions of this “upper middle class” chest of drawers attest to the high social status of the person who commissioned this piece.

  • The curve that gives this chest of drawers all its charm is special in that it continues round the sides.
  • The vertical framework that follows the same curve, is enhanced halfway up by a double rose motif in relief.
  • The three drawers are decorated with bronze handles.
  • This piece of furniture stands on four carved scroll feet beneath a moulded crosspiece.
The curve that gives this chest of drawers all its charm is special in that it continues round the sides.
The curve that gives this chest of drawers all its charm is special in that it continues round the sides.
The vertical framework that follows the same curve, is enhanced halfway up by a double rose motif in relief.
The vertical framework that follows the same curve, is enhanced halfway up by a double rose motif in relief.

Dimensions: width – 134 cm; height – 90 cm; depth – 65 cm.

Price: on demand.

The three drawers are decorated with bronze handles.
The three drawers are decorated with bronze handles.
This piece of furniture stands on four carved scroll feet beneath a moulded crosspiece.
This piece of furniture stands on four carved scroll feet beneath a moulded crosspiece.

Reference number: ME019

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