Venetian desk from the first half of the 18th century entirely in walnut briar with cherry wood fillets and an incredible internal safe with dimensions of 145 x 80 x 75 cm.
The horizontal writing surface; the two side drawers that flank the central empty space for the chair and the legs of the writer; the undermount drawer in the middle for pens, pencils and other writing objects.
The top is veneered in walnut, the elongated forehead has the vertices connected to the sides of the frame with strips. The front open in the middle under an undertop drawer has on the right and left separated by thin crosspieces four overlapping drawers framed by a rectangular thread. Solemnly supported by the logic of rigidity, this piece of furniture documents all the inspiration and the executive expertise that mark the products of Venetian cabinetmaking of the 18th century.
Another important feature of this central desk is the rigorous essentiality of the system that unites all the parts of the furniture, including the calibrated sequence of drawers that frame the central open compartment on the front corresponds to the polished clearness of the other sides, the dry elegance of the linear party that airily outlines the volumes declining with composure the sturdy supports, sturdy to have to keep a heavy safe inside the second drawer below.
Delevery information :
Delivery made with professional transporters. Each work of art is packed with a wooden box custom made and always insured.
for the delivery:
Delivery costs for Europe are already included in the price.
All extras must be agreed at the moment.
100 000 €