A French Louis XV period wooden enfilade from the mid 18th century, with three drawers over three doors. Created in France during the reign of King Louis XV nicknamed the Bien-Aimé (the Beloved), this wooden enfilade features a rectangular top sitting above three dovetailed drawers separated from one another through fluted motifs announcing the Classicism of the following reign. Three doors below (a pair of double ones and a single) open to reveal inner shelves and complete the ensemble. Raised on cabriole legs in the front connected to one another through a scalloped apron, this Louis XV enfilade circa 1750 will make for a great addition to any living room or dining room.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 65.1"W x 23.25"D x 42.5"H
Inventory Number: WW166