HISTOIRE DE LA COMMODE

  • Louis XIV period chest of drawers in veneer wood opening with 4 drawers

    €5,500.00
    An eventful chest of drawers from the Louis XIV period in different veneer woods opening with 4 drawers. Gilded bronzes trim. Rounded uprights with brass flutes. Marble top.<br...

    An eventful chest of drawers from the Louis XIV period in different veneer woods opening with 4 drawers.
    Gilded bronzes trim.
    Rounded uprights with brass flutes.
    Marble top.
    Width: 97 cm
    Depth : 55 cm
    Height: 76 cm

  • Convenient office curved Louis XV, called the "scriban" in marquetry of precious wood Xviiith century

    €4,800.00
    Convenient office curved Louis XV, called the "scriban" in marquetry of precious wood, front opening with three drawers and a flap discovering an indoor theater with a work plan in black...

    Convenient office curved Louis XV, called the "scriban" in marquetry of precious wood, front opening with three drawers and a flap discovering an indoor theater with a work plan in black leather, hatch a secret, and six drawers in a cascade.Draw handles and new locks in gilded bronze.Base arched on crosses with serrated edges.Height : 115 cmLargeur : 120 cmProfondeur : 60 cm

  • Convenient Lyonnaise wedding Eighteenth-century solid walnut carved and molded opening by three drawers

    €7,500.00
    Convenient wedding regional the 18th century in solid walnut molded and carved with flowers, shells and acanthus leaves resting on feet, snails, and opening by three rows of drawers separated by...

    Convenient wedding regional the 18th century in solid walnut molded and carved with flowers, shells and acanthus leaves resting on feet, snails, and opening by three rows of drawers separated by a heart. Long foliage of a dynamic pace on the amounts.Top tray in solid walnut .Working in Lyon from the 18th century .134 / 70 / 99 cmCommode typically Lyonnaise by the rigor of its proportions , the dynamism of his sculptures and the grace of its opulence. Width 134 cm Height 99 cm Depth 70 cm

  • Small chest of drawers with three drawers in walnut and oak 18th century

    €2,900.00
    Small chest of drawers opening by three drawers in front in walnut and oak. Wood top.Work of the 18th century.Height : 85,5 cmLargeur : 60 cmProfondeur : 47 cm

    Small chest of drawers opening by three drawers in front in walnut and oak. Wood top.Work of the 18th century.Height : 85,5 cmLargeur : 60 cmProfondeur : 47 cm

  • Convenient to port from the time of Louis XV mahogany

    €3,800.00
    Width 118 cm Height 81 cm Depth 62 cm

    Width 118 cm Height 81 cm Depth 62 cm

  • Chest of drawers Provencal walnut end Eighteenth century

    €5,800.00
    Chest of drawers Provencal slightly sighting your crossbow in walnut molded opening by three rows of drawers .Top tray walnut-bec de corbin .Work of the end of the 18th century .123 / 60 / 94...

    Chest of drawers Provencal slightly sighting your crossbow in walnut molded opening by three rows of drawers .Top tray walnut-bec de corbin .Work of the end of the 18th century .123 / 60 / 94 cmLes styles owe much to the history and / or geography. Pursuant to the rule, than the furniture of provence is influenced by Italian designs, those of Genoa in particular, whose furniture have exported their copies, pastiches of the carpenters and cabinetmakers of Provence, fustiers. As early as the Renaissance, the styles of the parisians are required - with a shift in time - in the workshops of the artisans of Marseilles, Aix, Arles, Beaucaire, Avignon or Forcalquier. The spirit of Provence is fully expressed in the Eighteenth century with the styles of Regency and Louis XV. The movement rococo owes much to the artists of the Midi, and more particularly to a pupil of the sculptor from marseille, Pierre Puget, Bernard Toro, who published in 1716 a collection of drawings where the triumph of the curves and carvings found in the provencal furniture in general and more particularly on major consoles pageantry. The typical style of provence was born in Arles, and then spreads throughout the province. It is divided into two main streams : the floral style and the style, said Fourques, the second taking its name from a town near Arles. Sculpture fine and dense to the base of the plant elements (leaves, flowers and twigs) characterize the floral style. The olive branch is often preferred to the acanthus leaf ; ubiquitous, the famous shell rock, sometimes with patterns of atrial reminiscent of the meanderings of the human ear. Often, the elements are perforated like the bottom rails of the cabinets, consoles or dressers. More discreet, the style of Fourques is characterized by sculptures or hollow castings, linear, ending in loops which are wound in ram's horn, or in the form of a shell : the spiral decoration. From the end of the Eighteenth century, the elements of style Louis XVI - ears of wheat, clusters of fruit, bowl, recalling the urn, antique, drapery - cover structures and forms of furniture Louis XV. The two styles coexisted throughout the Nineteenth century. Another characteristic of the provencal furniture, the candlestick (name arlesian), the tufts or tongs (names given in Avignon), small sculptures or turned parts in the shape of the plume, ordered an acorn or an olive, that crown the top and the angles of the panetières and the upper part of the amounts of seats. If the furniture inlaid and painted are relatively rare, with the exception of the offices of Uzès, which can be arbitrarily attached to the provencal style, the pieces in natural wood do not miss. The Eighteenth and Nineteenth centuries, and more rarely the Seventeenth century, there is a strong interest from fans who appreciate the density and the quality of the sculptures. Width 123 cm Height 94 cm Depth 60 cm

  • Convenient port in the South-West from the era of Louis XV walnut

    €6,800.00
    Convenient so-called "port" in walnut opening with three drawers in front. Sculptural decoration composed of a floret in the fall and a broad shell and acanthus leaves on the apron and through a...

    Convenient so-called "port" in walnut opening with three drawers in front. Sculptural decoration composed of a floret in the fall and a broad shell and acanthus leaves on the apron and through a low cut. Trim bronzes chiselled, such as pull handles and entrance lock.Base quadripode, the feet prior to winding.Work of the South West, probably from Quercy, of the time of Louis XV.Height : 89 cmLargeur : 117 cmProfondeur : 60 cm

  • Office dresser Louis XV, called the "scriban" in solid walnut Eighteenth century

    €5,800.00
    Office dresser Louis XV, called the "scriban" in solid walnut opening with a flap and leaving discover nine drawers and a central niche. Lower part rounded.Width : 99 cmProfondeur : 62 cm,...

    Office dresser Louis XV, called the "scriban" in solid walnut opening with a flap and leaving discover nine drawers and a central niche. Lower part rounded.Width : 99 cmProfondeur : 62 cm, opened : 83 cmHauteur : 114 cmTravail in Alsace in the 18th century.At once a piece of furniture intended to contain precious objects and secrets, but with a strong spirit of representation, the convenient scribanne is the cabinet of the amateur or of the merchant set, a perfect expression of the comfort of these societies to the Eighteenth century. Width 99 cm Height 114 cm Depth 62 cm

  • Convenient small frying pan with two drawers in mahogany, 18th century

    €3,500.00
    Small chest of drawers so-called "jigsaw" to form a slightly turbulent mahogany blond opening by two drawers in front, marble top cherry to the cove.Height : 89,5 cmLargeur : 87 cmProfondeur :...

    Small chest of drawers so-called "jigsaw" to form a slightly turbulent mahogany blond opening by two drawers in front, marble top cherry to the cove.Height : 89,5 cmLargeur : 87 cmProfondeur : 48 cm Width 87 cm Height 89 cm Depth 48 cm