Period: 1770 1790
Style: Louis XVI
Description: Beautiful trumeaux Louis XVI in perfect condition. Built in the late eighteenth century. Perfect proportions, straight and symmetrical line. Structure in solid oak.
Mobile complex consisting of three essential parts. A chest of drawers in the lower part, a tilting plane to form the central desk and riser exceeding rare branches, generally is located in the place of the two branches in a glass cabinet day. The upper cornice is constituted by two simple volutes that frame the central plume. In detail, the bottom has drawers for decreasing trend as we go up according to the usual English tradition, and side handles. The entire cabinet is rooted in a strong visual impact that gives the impression of decorativeness in contrast to the simplicity of well defined volumes from a light wooden frames geometrically thread that all elements of trumeaux. A complex is also the internal structure of the cabinet, in particular the flap becomes a desk thanks to the horizontal retractable supports. Resealable protects inside numerous drawers and paper holder as well as a secret compartment which corresponds on the front to fake higher central drawer. The riser in turn encloses numerous drawers and storage. The movable besides being outstanding from an aesthetic point of view it is also from a structural point of view, the oak was also used for drawer bottoms and to the complex structure behind the desk and to seperate.
The cabinet is divisible into two parts for its more simple transport and is composed of the drawers and from the desk at the bottom and at the top dall’alzata.
The cabinet is in first patina and has never been restored. Free wood insects