Pair of French Provincial Two Door Cabinets

c. 1800
$7,880 USD SOLD
W: 45.0" D: 18.0" H: 36.5"
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These antique French side cabinets, or meubles d'appui, are wonderful examples of the French Provincial and Louis XV styles. Dated to the late 18th century, the low cabinets are beautifully shaped with curvilinear forms throughout, from the curved top to the s-form legs. Each cabinet sits on four short cabriole legs ending in whorl feet and finished with a beaded edge that flows onto the scalloped apron. The two front doors are each carved with a delicate cartouche of quadrilobe shape and open to reveal a single interior shelf. The cabinet interiors are lined with paper patterned with green fleur-de-lis, now worn from age and use. Designed to sit at the end of a room, these charming French cabinets are the perfect place to display a fine vase or work of art.

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