First French Empire style corner display cabinet elm marquetry
Available to order 4 to 8 weeks
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|Main materials for the structure :||Beech wood + pine wood|
|Style :||French First Empire|
|Type of production :||Handcrafted by hand|
|Assembly :||Delivered already assembled|
|Specificities :||As it is an artisanal manufacture: the dimensions, sculptures, marquetry, colors may vary slightly and evolve.|
|Materials of ornaments:||Golden bronzes|
|Cleaning method :||Dust-proof wipe + sponge wash with soapy water - No chemicals|
|Use :||Indoor use / dry locations only|
|To Avoid :||- Avoid direct or prolonged exposure to the sun (windows) and the proximity of a heat source. - Maintain the humidity of the room. - Never use chemicals.|
Corner display cabinet first French Empire style (early nineteenth century) completely inlaid.
The wood veneer this display cabinet first French Empire style marquetry, composed of elm (precious wood) and varnished.
It has a large glass door (with lock and key) with a rounded glass.
Two columns adorn the decor of this showcase inlaid wood, they are topped by decorations made with gold leaf.
This Empire-style showcase has 3 shelves and a fourth down.
This cabinet is decorated with ornamental bronzes (keyhole) ormoulu bronze (gold).
The structure is in beech and pine. Furniture absolutely sublime!
Dimensions: 184 cm height x 50.5 cm of depth each side. Shelves: 38 cm x 38 cm.
72"1/2 x 20" - Shelves: 15" x 15"