Chest of drawers with central projection, in massive gonçalo and marble top.
Stamped with Deloose, Louis XVI period work.
Very beautiful chest with central projection opening by five drawers on three rows.
The upper row with three drawers is separated by a molding from the two large drawers with no visible crosspiece. These first row drawers are worked in protruding flower bed panels, with concave angles, also reproduced on the side panels.
The upper row is locked by its central drawer, itself closed by the single second row lock. This lock also closes the third row.
Above the high, sheathed feet with molded throttle are fluted uprights.
Beautiful ornamentation of bronzes such as drawing rings, keyholes, wolf teeth, hooves.
The top is in red Rance marble.
Furniture stamped DELOOSE and JME on the edge of the rear crossmember.