French Antique Louis XV Style Oak Cabinet
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Please Take 50% Off The Featured Price. This is a very pretty cabinet made from solid oak by the beginning of the 20th century and originally coming from Provence in the south of France. This piece is commonly called a Garde-Manger and was mostly used to store food, the opened door allowing ventilation. This piece consists of a chapeau de gendarme cornice sitting upon a straight façade with a single double paneled doors revealing an efficient storage compartment offering 3 adjustable shelves, all supported by a nicely scrolled and embellished apron standing on cabriole legs and escargot feet. Hardware is in original condition. Note scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1900. Dimensions 77high/ 35wide/ 38wide with crown/ 18deep.
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