Biblical walnut cabinet symbolizing justice, Languedoc Louis XIII.
Rare figurative cupboard called "Sumène" solid walnut.
Model with four richly carved panels in the round of cherubs in medallions in laurel wreaths to the top and vines baskets for the lower part.
The upper transom features a frieze of acanthus windings and two loves joined in the center.
The amounts and frame adorned with caryatids representing busts of men in the renaissance fashion terminated fruit drops symbolizing abundance.
The important thing is broken pediment pierced acanthus of windings bust of children and the representation of justice in the guise of two angels equipped with a sword and scales.
The two monsters on the pediment of the quoted represent Tarasque Tarascon, mythological dragon was tamed by St. Martha in the Rhone.
Rare condition, with its pediment and its origins cornices.
Languedoc labor, early 17th century to 1620-1630.
Provenance: Château Haut Languedoc
Height: 256 cm; Width: 173 cm; Depth: 64 cm
Museum of Old Nîmes
Museum Vulliot-Saint Germain Pézénas
Museum of the Cevennes valleys of Saint Jean du Gard
Castle of St Gilles Espeyran
Price : on request