Sideboard Louis Philippe period. Provincial work of the 19th century, carpentry work in cherry wood. Typical straight lines and moulding during Louis Philippe.
From La Rochelle - Circa 1830
Dimensions: 201cm long x 57 deep x 111 high
Sideboard Louis XV style – Provincial work in oak in elegant proportion with volute shapes on the doors. Typical work of the East of France.
From Lyon - Circa 1880
Dimensions: 190cm long x 54 deep x 100 high
Sideboard in mahogany in an elegant proportion with shelvings symetricaly position on both sides.Fluted legs and cannelure decoration. Original gilded bronze hardware and Carrara marble top.
From Paris - Circa 1870
Dimensions: 170cm long x 58 deep x 107 high
Sideboard carved in oak from Picardie area. Elegant large and strong proportion with cabriolet feet and volute shape on the front panels. Typical design with a set of 3 drawers in the middle with long hardware. All original and perfect condition.
From Amiens - Circa 1770
Dimensions: 195cm long x 60 deep x 100 high
A Transition style sideboard opening with 3 doors and 3 drawers made in marquetry of different wood. Original gilded bronzes and marble top “breche Medicis”.
The Transition period is the period between the Louis XVth and the Louis XVIth period, recognizable by the mix between the 2 styles. Here we note that the legs are still curved in the Louis XVth style and the design of the marquetry is already straight in the Louis XVIth style.
From Paris - Circa 1890
Dimensions: 180cm wide X 60 deep X 110 high
Typical provincial work from Burgundy area. Carved in walnut in a diamond shape design reviving the taste of Louis XIII style.
From Bourgogne - Circa 1880
Dimensions: 200cm wide X 50 deep X 107 high
Buffet Art Deco period. Pure classical lines of this style with geometrical shapes accentuated by the flamed walnut venneer, stylized hardware and dressed with the original Portor marble top.
From Paris - Circa 1930
Dimensions: 170cm wide X 55 deep X 117 high
Important regional style sideboard “enfilade” made of a beautiful type of oak. This piece is a typical example of provincial furniture from the XVIIIth Century.
From Reims - Circa 1750
Dimensions: 177cm wide X 52 deep X 106 high
Sideboard Louis XV period carved in oak with cabriolet feet finishing in scroll works, elegant volute shapes on the doors, and provincial rosaces. Original hardware and marble top.
From Lorraine - Circa 1790
Dimensions: 221cm long x 46 deep x 109 high
Large sideboard in walnut opening by 3 doors and 3 drawers.
Very fine Louis XVI motives hand sculpted.
From Lyon - Circa 1880
Dimensions: 186cm wide X 60 deep X 110 high