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A French 19th century Transitional st. cabinet

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A fine French 19th century Transitional st. cabinet in Tulipwood and rosewood with quarter veneered sides. The cabinet is raised on short cabriole legs with pierced wrap around ormolu sabots. At the front are two sliding doors. Above are open... — Read More

  • Item # 383
  • H: 58 in L: 49 in D: 19 in

    H: 147 cm L: 124 cm D: 48 cm

  • France
  • 19th Century
  • Marble/Stone, Ormolu, Rosewood, Tulipwood
  • Transitional st. Read More
  • (Transitional st.) - While France was still under the control of Louis XIV and considered one of the three phases of The Sun King’s influence on French style, the Transitional style was much lighter in form than its predecessors. Pieces created during this period displayed greater eccentricity and showed freedom or lines. Wrought iron elements, arabesque carvings, and grotesque scenes were used to invoke emotion and sometimes confusion. This period and style continued into the reign of King Louis XV.
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A French 19th century Transitional st. cabinet

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