The Boulle marquetry Empire buffet is a piece of furniture that has been used to decorate your home.
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Topped with a real marble top, with a marquetry decoration, this Empire Boulle buffet is a very efficient storage furniture. Frame assemblies take advantage of traditional techniques with tenons and mortises.
Length: 84 cm - Height: 104 cm - Depth: 40 cm.
One of the most fashionable Empire furniture such as chests and dressers, this louis xv furniture is a model with a refined style, incorporating all the details of the ornamentation of the time that make a furniture chic and refined decoration. Indeed, the Empire Boulle buffet , as its name suggests, is decorated with marquetry boulle made from brass, bronze, iron, rosewood and imitation of scales of turtles composite material on a structure in black lacquered beech. In fact, it is a decorative art of applying a series of precious wood veneers and other cut materials to obtain ornamental or figurative effects. These images are then glued on the structure to sublimate the old furniture. This Empire credenza is varnished in a traditional way, adorned with gilded bronzes, surmounted by a black marble with white veins. These are all very specific details of a stylish piece of furniture, such as those designed at the time by Pierre Migeon II (1701-1758), a renowned cabinetmaker, and Jean-Henri Riesener (1734-1806), the favorite of Marie Antoinette. The use of marquetry and gilt bronze motifs, mainly floral, marks the transition style.
In addition to the beech wood structure symbolizing robustness and timeless beauty, this antique style storage unit opens with a door with lock and a drawer. It offers a wide discreet space to put dishes, cutlery, table linens, and others. Its real black marble top can also accommodate different objects, even large as television. The smooth surfaces of the door perfectly highlight the decoration in marquetry boulle. In terms of boulle marquetry, the Empire Boulle buffet has a sober and elegant style. This decorative art is created by the most famous cabinetmaker of the reign of Louis XIV André-Charles Boulle. Like all antique furniture, this antiques buffet is also characterized by its perfect frame and finish. This allows him to add a royal touch and style to both your living room and your dining room. In fact, these are probably the most essential pieces of your home, the place where you generally find your family and where you try to impress your guests with a high-end welcome. Such antique furnishings rich in details are perfect for decorating and decorating them.single item.
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