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Armoire, France, c.1875.

Walnut, Louis XV style provincial armoire from the area of northern France between Normandy and Lorraine. Note the stop-fluted carving on the corners and in the center. The top rail has a nice carving of a margarite blossom, and the delightfully shaped bottom rail sports a carved vase of branches and nice “boudin” molding. Like a lot of country French furniture, the feet have been repaired some time ago. Most pieces this old have spent some of their lives on stone or earthen floors. Walnut is a tasty wood for some bugs, and they would eat their way up the feet into a piece….(one way of verifying its age). Of course, the bugs have all gone to bug heaven, so no worries there! An unusual size, with a lot of nice uses.

52” wide.   23” deep.   75” tall.

$5200.00

Armoire, France, c.1875.

Walnut, Louis XV style provincial armoire from the area of northern France between Normandy and Lorraine. Note the stop-fluted carving on the corners and in the center. The top rail has a nice carving of a margarite blossom, and the delightfully shaped bottom rail sports a carved vase of branches and nice “boudin” molding. Like a lot of country French furniture, the feet have been repaired some time ago. Most pieces this old have spent some of their lives on stone or earthen floors. Walnut is a tasty wood for some bugs, and they would eat their way up the feet into a piece….(one way of verifying its age). Of course, the bugs have all gone to bug heaven, so no worries there! An unusual size, with a lot of nice uses.

52” wide.   23” deep.   75” tall.

$5200.00

Armoire, France, c.1875.

Walnut, Louis XV style provincial armoire from the area of northern France between Normandy and Lorraine. Note the stop-fluted carving on the corners and in the center. The top rail has a nice carving of a margarite blossom, and the delightfully shaped bottom rail sports a carved vase of branches and nice “boudin” molding. Like a lot of country French furniture, the feet have been repaired some time ago. Most pieces this old have spent some of their lives on stone or earthen floors. Walnut is a tasty wood for some bugs, and they would eat their way up the feet into a piece….(one way of verifying its age). Of course, the bugs have all gone to bug heaven, so no worries there! An unusual size, with a lot of nice uses.

52” wide.   23” deep.   75” tall.

$5200.00