"Standing Man Charentais Or Vendéen Cabinet In Walnut Early XIX Eme Century"Handsome man standing from the Charentes also known as Vendée cabinet in solid walnut dating from the beginning of the 19th century.
this standing man has a beautiful facade made up of two large doors each concealing a shelf around two large deep drawers.
this facade is nicely worked in the spirit of louis XV with beautiful moldings and fretwork in the work of the doors and in the low crosspiece.
the doors and the upper and lower rails are adorned with cherry wood inlays representing leafy branches, the planks chosen for the door panels offer a symmetrical pattern in the ramageuse vein of walnut which pleasantly decorates the facade.
the piece of furniture rests on Louis XV doe feet.
the fittings are original with a pretty lace-up plug allowing the opening of the doors and very beautiful entrances of finely worked iron locks typical of Charentais furniture.
the locks are original and work with their keys.
the side rails are scalloped and the sides are divided into three parts symmetrically to the distribution of the facade.
the front uprights are slightly chamfered announcing the arrival of the 19th century.
The cornice is finely molded with a very nice profile and comes to cover the furniture harmoniously.
the drawers are dovetailed and slide perfectly.
small restorations of use and maintenance, treatment with preventive xylophene carried out.
a lot of regional furniture in solid walnut with a very nice patina.
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dimensions: 210 cm, depth 74 cm at the deepest at the cornice and 120 cm wide at the widest at the cornice.
interior dimension of the doors:
depth 60 cm and 97cm wide.