Louis XV curved front commode d'entre-deux in solid walnut and Blue Turquin marble top.
This chest of very small dimensions is called commode between-two because intended to occupy the small space between two windows. It can also be described as jumping because opening two rows of drawers on high feet. This particularly rare model by its dimensions does not however go unnoticed because of its well marked character. One of her assets is a thick Blue Turquin marble top with original Bec-de-Corbin (this is evidenced by its original floor, in addition to the age of the marble itself), graceful moldings, a belt richly carved, and finally four feet strongly arched and very well drawn punctuated with beautiful equine hooves that show the southern exuberance.
The medium-tone brown medium is illuminated by its original chiseled bronze trim. The back is fir and the interiors of the drawers.
Excellent original condition, almost no restoration of woods, a small burn to report on a rear amount.
Superb patina of origin.
Region of Uzès - Provence - 18th century.