Small chest of drawers in olive wood, Louis XIV period.
Veneered with different types of wood: rosewood, olive and cherry.
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Very pretty little chest of drawers, slightly rounded on the front, opening with three superimposed drawers in olive, rosewood and cherry veneer.
The top, veneered in olive wood, is decorated with straight and scalloped fillets, spandrels and a central circle in rosewood. The molded field of the top is in elm.
The fronts of drawers veneered in olive wood, with rosewood reserves.
Simulated fluted uprights.
The sides are veneered with cherry wood and decorated with a rosewood rhombus.
The handles and keyholes in gilded bronze.
Drawer interiors in fir.
Regency period work.
One end of the right rear foot grafted.
In a good state of conservation and unusual dimensions.