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Commode d'époque Louis XV, Venise 18ème Siècle

Commode d'époque Louis XV, Venise 18ème Siècle

Object description :

"Commode d'époque Louis XV, Venise 18ème Siècle"
Louis XV dresser with two drawers
First half of the eighteenth century

Veined blond walnut, olive root, cherry wood fillets
Measurements (cm): 116 x 61 x h. 84

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This commode of the Louis XV period, of excellent quality, is the work of a Venetian cabinetmaker from the first half of the 18th century.
Front moved by two drawers in olive burl and surrounded by a cherry wood thread and by a frame in veined blond walnut; the arched plane and the sides reproduce the same game of essences.
Construction details such as the four high legs 'en cabriole' legs on which the furniture rests, ending with an elegant curl pattern, in addition to the shaped apron and the refined edge of the top without protrusion, are all elements that certify the lagoon origin .
The materials used and their processing, as well as the proportions and the design, enhanced by the double drawer and the high legs that enhance its elegance, combine to make it a valuable piece of furniture.

The furniture is in excellent condition, authentic in every part; we provided a superficial conservative restoration, with the restoration of polishing.

Complete with gilt bronze handles.

The furniture, like all our objects, is sold with a certificate of origin and authenticity, which will attest to its complete originality (FIMA IITALIA - CINOA)

We handle and organize the transport of the purchased works, both for Italy and abroad, through professional and insured carriers.

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