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Chest of drawers
This very attractive "à ressaut" chest of drawers is in rosewood marquetry. The "commode à ressaut" is a chest of drawers with a recessed front. This type of chest of drawers appeared during the Transition style (1760 - 1778) between the Louis XV and Louis XVI styles..The legs of the Transitional chest of drawers are arched as in the Louis XV style but its shape already adopts the neo-classical codes of the Louis XVI style: sober, symmetrical and pure lines.This chest of drawers has a large drawer, four small drawers and two panels that hide a shelf, it is decorated with beautiful gilded bronzes, is topped with marble and dates from the second half of the 19th century. Let yourself be charmed by this stunning piece!
Second part of the 19th Century
Transition The Transition style corresponds to the first part of the Louis XVI style in French furniture, it makes the transition (hence its name) between the novelty and originality of the Louis XV style, and the return to the classical inspiration of the Louis XVI style. In the second half of the reign of Louis XV and at the very beginning of the reign of Louis XVI this style is characterized by the abandonment of curves and movement of the Rocaille in favor of straight lines, purified and symmetry.
Height: 88 cm
Depth: 54 cm
Length: 114 cm