Chest of drawers Louis XVI with lacquer of double green and white colors XVIII th 3 drawers.
The word in-between dates back to the middle of the 16th century to characterize the position of a cabinet between two windows.
18th century Louis XVI chest of drawers. Beautiful line furniture and pleasant furnishings in classic lacquered and hand-painted wood, original colors restored. Original high quality lacquered wooden top. Chest of drawers with three drawers with handles in gilded and chiseled bronze Chest of drawers decorated with decoration in relief of laurel leaves, medallions of ribbon. Feet embellished with grooves and painted in two shades, with golden clogs. Furniture easily insertable in different points of the house, ideal for a bedroom or living room.
The in-between is a piece of furniture in the form of a console, a small wardrobe, a chest of drawers, a sideboard that is leaned against a panel or a paneling between two openings, two casements or two doors. It is also called support furniture or support height furniture.
This piece of furniture, often richly decorated, with lacquer, colors, marquetry and gilded and chiseled bronzes, like the furniture of Boull, took place under the mirror decorating the trumeau.
This kind of small piece of furniture uses materials such as rosewood, walnut, ebony, mahogany, lacquer, etc.
Width 79 Height 86 Depth 39 cm