French Louis XVI Period 1790s Natural Oak Four-Drawer Commode with Carved Décor

A French Louis XVI period natural oak commode circa 1790 with four geometric carved drawers. Enhance your living space with this exquisite French Louis XVI period natural oak commode from the late 18th century. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this commode showcases the elegance and sophistication of the Louis XVI era. The rectangular top features a molded edge adorned with discreet bead and reel motifs, adding a touch of refinement to the overall design. This attention to detail is a testament to the craftsmanship of the era. The facade boasts four geometric carved drawers, each showcasing diamond motifs and hexagons. The drawers are grooved on the side to ensure smooth movement on the runners. Fitted with elegant hardware, these drawers offer both style and functionality. The sides of the commode are adorned with vertically arranged diamond motifs, adding visual interest from every angle. The back is left unfinished, as is typical for pieces of this period. Throughout the commode, you'll find intricate carved rosettes and campanula friezes, further enhancing the beauty and elegance of the piece. These delicate details showcase the skilled handiwork of the craftsmen who created this masterpiece. The commode is raised on four tapered feet, adding a sense of grace and sophistication to its overall silhouette. The front feet are particularly noteworthy for their carved motifs, exemplifying the attention to detail that defines the Louis XVI style. Crafted from natural oak, this commode exudes a timeless beauty that seamlessly integrates into a variety of interior styles. Its natural tones and exquisite carvings make it a true statement piece.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 54"W x 20.25"D x 41.75"H
Inventory Number: XX464
Price: $4,950