SOLD - A French Louis XVI period bleached oak commode circa 1790 with three drawers, carved geometric motifs, fluted and reeded sides posts and brass hardware. Infuse your living space with a touch of historic French elegance with this Louis XVI period bleached oak commode, dating back to 1790. Its simple, yet artfully crafted design speaks to the refined aesthetics of the period, making it a standout addition to your antique collection.
Featuring a rectangular planked top, this commode showcases a well-organized facade, comprised of three dovetail drawers grooved on the sides for the runner. Each drawer is a work of art in itself, boasting low-relief carved geometric panels and embellished with brass hardware, reflecting the finesse of French craftsmanship.
The commode is flanked by fluted and reeded side posts that lend depth and an eye-catching visual texture to the piece. The carved apron in the front is complemented by the furniture's tapered feet, adding to the overall elegance of the design.
Adding further visual interest, the sides are adorned with recessed accents and raised panels, accompanied by a discreet fluted accentuation on the apron, infusing the commode with an understated sophistication. Keeping with the authenticity of the piece, the back remains rustic.
With its blend of historical charm and practical functionality, this French Louis XVI period bleached oak commode will not only serve as a practical furniture piece but also as a remarkable accent in any antique-loving home.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 43"W x 23.25"D x 39"H
Inventory Number: XX463