Made on a beech wood frame this Empire Boulle buffet features traditional joints with tenons and mortises.
It has two dovetailed drawers and a gilded bronze trim.
Length: 127 cm - Height: 106 cm - Depth: 48 cm.
A buffet in the style of Napoleon III
Impressive and indispensable as storage equipment, the buffets are part of the low-level furniture with ample space to store table linens, dishes, cutlery or other business. Identical to all antique furniture of the eighteenth century, such as those created by the cabinetmakers of the time, namely Pierre Migeon II (1701-1758) and Jean-Henri Riesener (1734-1806) the favorite of Marie Antoinette, these are interior decorative elements for a chic and elegant rendering. Like sofas, sideboards and dressers in the same collection, they are well suited to decorate such a room in your home, including the living room or dining room, in the most classy and upscale manner.
The Empire style sideboard is inspired by Egyptian decoration and military campaigns by Napoleon, this stylish piece of furniture has a refined look and a well worked finish, which makes it useful and decorative.
This Empire Boulle sideboard is embellished with beautiful gilded bronze bronzes, with a bou marquetryIt consists of brass, wood, bronze and imitation of tortoiseshell (synthetic) with a black marble top.
Stylish and practical furniture
This Empire Boulle sideboard contains two drawers at the top, fitted with dovetails, as well as compartments opening on the front with two doors and closing with a lock. It is thus able to contain different objects. As it is a piece of furniture inspired by a style from the Renaissance. In fact, boulle marquetry is designed by the famous Louis XIV cabinetmaker, André-Charles Boulle, to provide a sober and elegant style. Its combination with the black color of the frame provides this credence a real aged and antique effect. The somewhat rough finishes with straight lines and flat surfaces make this furniture unique.