Square-structured sideboard cabinet, with central door and lectern upright, now lost. Walnut wood. Dimensions: 68x66x95h (cm).
The specimen can be described as follows: protruding top with beak moulding profile; on each side there is a panel with a moulding frame. On the front the same moulding is on the opening door with lock. The base wainscot is also protruding and shows various moulding profiles, supported by shaped bracket feet.
It is a typical example of carpentry work from the first half of the eighteenth century, with stylistic features typical of the Louis XIV style.
The good quality walnut wood looks neat and in a good state of preservation. It has been cleaned and patinated. The original lectern-holding function is visible from the patch at the top centre.
- Periodo estimado
- siglo XIX
- País de origen
- Buen estado - usado y con pequeños signos de los años y con imperfecciones
- 95×68×66 cm