Mahogany port cupboard. This monumental piece of furniture is a testimony to the luxurious creations of a Bordeaux master in the mid-18th century. It opens with two leaves separated by a moulded and sculpted false frame. If the sculptures of the doors recall the drawings of the ornamentalists of XVIIe siècle, the powerful moulded, curved cornice and the foliage bear witness to the Regency style. The particularly well-kept oak woodwork attests that this piece of furniture remained open for the display of silverware and porcelain. Beautiful wrought iron espagnolette lock. Circa 1750.
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