Pair of 19th Century French Louis XVI Carved Hand Painted Jelly Cabinets
Crafted in northern France circa 1880, each “Confiturier” (French for jelly cabinet), stands on tapered and fluted legs over a carved straight apron. The cabinet features a single door with recessed panel decorated with hand carved rosettes medallions motifs in each corner, over a drawer across the front, dressed with an iron pull. Both tall cabinets are in excellent condition with a textured patinated painted finish in the light blue grey palette and could also be used as nightstands or bedside tables. Inside shelving for additional storage. Keys included. Measures: 25″ W x 15″ D x 39.25″ H.
|Dimensions||25" W x 15" D x 39.25" H|
Late 19th Century