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Important Renaissance carved walnut credenza
Important Renaissance carved walnut credenza - Furniture Style Renaissance
Ref : 75051
Price on Request
Period :
16th century
Provenance :
Italy, Venice
Medium :
Dark coloured walnut
Dimensions :
L. 65.35 inch X H. 48.82 inch X P. 24.41 inch
Galerie Gabrielle Laroche

Haute Epoque Fine Art


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Important Renaissance carved walnut credenza

Origin : Italy, Venice
Period : 16th century

Height : 124 cm
Length : 166 cm
Depth : 62 cm

Dark coloured walnut
Maintenance restaurations

Former collection of the Galleria d’Arte Antica Regina Cornaro.

This credenza was presented during the ‘IVth Mostra Mercato Internazionale dell’ Antiquariato, Tesori d’Arte a Venezia, Palazzo Grassi, 11 ottobre – 2 novembre 1980’, page 264.

Our credenza, exhaling strength and sobriety, opens with two door-leaves and three drawers in the belt. The belt supports a thick overlapping top.
Standing on lion’s paw feet and gadrooned base this very elegant credenza draw its rhythm and decor from its shape and structure.
On each end a carved panel depicts sophisticated classic dolphins while the doors present a sobre facade punctuated with metalic knobs in each corners.
In the centre, between the two doors, a vertical motif of a flowery garland highlight this contrast between the door-leaves and the rest of the facade creating a balance.
The drawers show carved flowery frieze and open with drop handles.

This important and rare credenza is characteristic of Venitian production, among the most beautiful pieces made in northern Italy.

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