This particular corner furniture was made in Italy (Marche) in the Louis XIV era, around the early eighteenth century.
The wooden structure has a triangular section base that allows the furniture to be placed in a corner of an environment. The wood is entirely lacquered in ochre colors with decorations to vegetable subjects in shades of green. Inside there are two shelves that divide the space into three large compartments. If, however, there is a need, it is possible to add two glass tops, in order to create new compartments making it functional to every request.
The state of preservation is excellent, including the lacquering, especially the dynamic phytomorphic decorations.
This is a very useful furniture where you need to furnish a corner of an ambiant using a wardrobe also the possibility of capacity of the same. It can be designed for a living room, a study, a bedroom and a bathroom, but also an entrance hall. The graceful but lively color tone can well dialogue with both antique and modern furnishings, bringing a pleasant decor to the environment.