Cherry buffet, 19th century

Two-bodies glazed buffet from upper Normandy (Risle Valley).
Cherry, it opens with two glass doors at the top and two solid doors down. Rounded cornice, beautiful fittings and curved legs.
Work dating from 19th century. Two feet tips grafted back.

Data sheet

Height7.2 ft
Width5.25 ft
Depth1.7 ft

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Glazed buffet in two parts, from the Risle Valley, entirely in cherry.
The top opens with two glass doors, 2 shelves in front of cherry backs. He has a rounded cornice
It is based on a bottom slightly larger than the top, which opens with two drawers and two carved wooden doors. The low cross is cut and sculpted, rounded jambs are based on curved legs.
Nice ironwork at the hinges and escutcheons doors. Brass buttons on trays (typical of this geographical origin).
Work dating from 19th century. In very good condition, except wo feet tips grafted back.

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