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Blutoir, France, c.1775.

This country French oak buffet takes an unusual form…that of a blutoir. The two drawers are merely false fronts, leaving the interior open for a wooden dough trough. The top hinges across the center, giving access to the dough trough, which was taken out, and probably used on top of the piece. This piece functions the same as a petrin, with the added benefit of the two-door cabinet at the bottom. Note the bottom rail with incise carving of two stars and a fan. This is an unusual piece, and the character and function are added facets to it’s appeal.

53.5” wide.   26.5” deep.   42” tall.

$5200.00

Blutoir, France, c.1775.

This country French oak buffet takes an unusual form…that of a blutoir. The two drawers are merely false fronts, leaving the interior open for a wooden dough trough. The top hinges across the center, giving access to the dough trough, which was taken out, and probably used on top of the piece. This piece functions the same as a petrin, with the added benefit of the two-door cabinet at the bottom. Note the bottom rail with incise carving of two stars and a fan. This is an unusual piece, and the character and function are added facets to it’s appeal.

53.5” wide.   26.5” deep.   42” tall.

$5200.00

Blutoir, France, c.1775.

This country French oak buffet takes an unusual form…that of a blutoir. The two drawers are merely false fronts, leaving the interior open for a wooden dough trough. The top hinges across the center, giving access to the dough trough, which was taken out, and probably used on top of the piece. This piece functions the same as a petrin, with the added benefit of the two-door cabinet at the bottom. Note the bottom rail with incise carving of two stars and a fan. This is an unusual piece, and the character and function are added facets to it’s appeal.

53.5” wide.   26.5” deep.   42” tall.

$5200.00

Blutoir, France, c.1775.

This country French oak buffet takes an unusual form…that of a blutoir. The two drawers are merely false fronts, leaving the interior open for a wooden dough trough. The top hinges across the center, giving access to the dough trough, which was taken out, and probably used on top of the piece. This piece functions the same as a petrin, with the added benefit of the two-door cabinet at the bottom. Note the bottom rail with incise carving of two stars and a fan. This is an unusual piece, and the character and function are added facets to it’s appeal.

53.5” wide.   26.5” deep.   42” tall.

$5200.00