French 18th Century Walnut Enfilade, Three Drawers and Doors and Scalloped Apron

A French walnut enfilade from Burgundy with three drawers and three doors from the 18th century. This French walnut enfilade was born in the 18th century, during the reign of King Louis XV, which saw the development of the Rocaille style in France and spread throughout Europe as the Rococo. This piece features a rectangular planked top with beveled edges sitting above three dovetailed drawers with wooden pulls. Each drawer is separated from its neighbor with a carved oval medallion with Greek cross motif. The three single doors below with their carved panel open to reveal two inner shelves offering ample storage opportunities. The ensemble is raised on four legs, the two in the back being straight and the two in the front being slightly scrolled. A beautifully scalloped apron visually connects the two front legs to one another and creates a perfect counterpoint to the movement designed on the facade. With its rich patina, elegantly balanced lines and great dimensions, this French, 18th century walnut enfilade will be a great decorative choice for any living room or dining room.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 88"W x 25"D x 42"H
Inventory Number: bb12
Price: $8,950