"Louis XV Wardrobe In Natural Cherry Wood XVIII"Cabinet in natural cherry wood, opening with two leaves. A molded cornice covers the furniture. The upper crosspiece is embellished with a central rosette. The leaves, separated by a grooved false frame, are two panels embedded in fretwork and molded frames. They open with laces and are provided with cut iron lock entries. The lower crosspiece is fretwork molded and carved with a median flower basket. The anterior uprights, rounded, hollowed out with grooves, end in a short arched foot. (Old ribbing at the end of the foot) The flanks are with two straight panels, their lower crosspiece is fretted and molded. This piece of furniture, in good state of conservation, is a work of the Loire Valley of the 18th century.