Hunting buffet in oak wood molded and waxed. Rectangular shape galbed front; it opens with two doors and two drawers. Each doors is half-arched to form a warhead. Each doors is paneled and deeply molded around. The masses of the uprights are straight, slightly rounded with sharp corners, carved in their centers. A slight molding adorns the inner periphery of the cavity. The inner base of each of the masses is hollowed out to become one with the apron. Each of the uprights is connected by sleepers, a high right whose base matches the arch of the doors; the low follows the base of the uprights; the sides are mounted in quadrangular recess tabs. The entire frame is made of solid oak oak said merrain, only the drawers and the shelf are made of beech wood. The whole is capped with a Royal Royal red marble sheet top formerly restored. Parisian furniture of the early eighteenth century. The venery, entertainment of the most aristocratic very popular at the beginning of the eighteenth century was like many rituals subject to etiquette. This one wanted that the game after the hallali is dismembered by the master chopper on the order of the master of cooking in the eyes of all the huntsmen on the stone of a buffet in the big room at the entrance of the relay of hunt. We find in this setting as architectural as classic, the symmetry and balance cardinal virtues dear to this early eighteenth century circa 1700-1730.
Work Ile de France of the early eighteenth century.
Dimension: Length 121cms, Depth (to the curve) 63.5cms Height 88cms.
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