Lacquered wooden corner with cineseria decoration, golden bronzes, marble top. Louis XIV style, France, 19th century.
This corner cabinet is structured so as to be placed near an angle and therefore has a triangular shape. It was built in the 19th century in France in the Louis XIV style. In wood, the front is lacquered in black and decorated with polychrome lacquer paintings of oriental inspiration, cineseria. It consists of two doors that conceal a red lacquered interior and divided into two compartments by a shelf.
The lateral pillars, the legs and the lower band, which follow a wavy and arched pattern, are embellished with applications in gilded bronze finely chiselled depicting male heads, floral and vegetable elements.
The top floor is marble.
The corner table has a style that fits well with both eighteenth-century furniture and modern taste. Its size and the pleasant compositional balance, enhanced by the type of decoration, make the furniture easy to fit into any context. It can be suitable for solons and studios, entrances, bedrooms and bathrooms.