French Provincial Louis XV Mahogany Chest

French Provincial Louis XV mahogany chest of drawers with bombe shape and 3 full drawers below a pair of drawers all with bronze handles (PORT FURNITURE).
ITEM #
FIN005
WIDTH
52.0"
STYLE
French Provincial
DEPTH
25.5"
CATEGORY
Furniture > Cabinets Case Goods > Dresser Chests
HEIGHT
34.3"
$49,000 / Pair (USD)
In Stock
Qty: 1

French Provincial Louis XV Mahogany Chest

In Stock
$49,000
Quantity: 1
French Provincial Louis XV mahogany chest of drawers with bombe shape and 3 full drawers below a pair of drawers all with bronze handles (PORT FURNITURE).
ITEM #
FIN005
WIDTH
52.0"
DEPTH
25.5"
HEIGHT
34.3"
STYLE
French Provincial
Category
Furniture > Cabinets Case Goods > Dresser Chests
French Provincial

French Provincial

Furniture and architectural styles created by craftsmen in the French provinces of Provence, Normandy, and Bordeaux, that tended to be simpler and more affordable version of the Louis XV style. Provincial furniture was usually produced from local woods such as oak, walnut, beech, and fruitwoods. Instead of veneers, decoration was added through carving and painting.

Bombé

Bombé

Bombé is a French term that means “blown out”. Bombé is used to describe furniture with bulging convex sides. The large outward swelling curve makes bombé furniture easy to recognize. Traditionally, bombé furniture comes in the form of chests, commodes, and armoires.

Mahogany

Mahogany

Mahogany is a straight grained hard wood with silky texture, ranging in color from dark brown to red. Furniture made from mahogany became popular in Britain from Mid-18th Century on, spreading throughout Europe.

Louis XV

Louis XV

Also known as Louis Quinze, was a style popularized by King Louis XV of France. The Sun King reigned in France between 1715 and 1774. The furniture style from this period is similar to Rococo with soft, flowing lines, shell and flower ornamentation, S-curves, rich padded upholstery, rare wood veneers, inlaying and painted furniture.

Provincial

Provincial

Provincial is a style that is peasant-like and reflective of the countryside. This term is often associated with French Provincial-style which is defined by simpler, more affordable adaptations of luxurious pieces created for the monarchy.

French Provincial

French Provincial

Furniture and architectural styles created by craftsmen in the French provinces of Provence, Normandy, and Bordeaux, that tended to be simpler and more affordable version of the Louis XV style. Provincial furniture was usually produced from local woods such as oak, walnut, beech, and fruitwoods. Instead of veneers, decoration was added through carving and painting.

Bombé

Bombé

Bombé is a French term that means “blown out”. Bombé is used to describe furniture with bulging convex sides. The large outward swelling curve makes bombé furniture easy to recognize. Traditionally, bombé furniture comes in the form of chests, commodes, and armoires.

Mahogany

Mahogany

Mahogany is a straight grained hard wood with silky texture, ranging in color from dark brown to red. Furniture made from mahogany became popular in Britain from Mid-18th Century on, spreading throughout Europe.

Louis XV

Louis XV

Also known as Louis Quinze, was a style popularized by King Louis XV of France. The Sun King reigned in France between 1715 and 1774. The furniture style from this period is similar to Rococo with soft, flowing lines, shell and flower ornamentation, S-curves, rich padded upholstery, rare wood veneers, inlaying and painted furniture.

Provincial

Provincial

Provincial is a style that is peasant-like and reflective of the countryside. This term is often associated with French Provincial-style which is defined by simpler, more affordable adaptations of luxurious pieces created for the monarchy.

French Provincial

French Provincial

Furniture and architectural styles created by craftsmen in the French provinces of Provence, Normandy, and Bordeaux, that tended to be simpler and more affordable version of the Louis XV style. Provincial furniture was usually produced from local woods such as oak, walnut, beech, and fruitwoods. Instead of veneers, decoration was added through carving and painting.

Bombé

Bombé

Bombé is a French term that means “blown out”. Bombé is used to describe furniture with bulging convex sides. The large outward swelling curve makes bombé furniture easy to recognize. Traditionally, bombé furniture comes in the form of chests, commodes, and armoires.

Mahogany

Mahogany

Mahogany is a straight grained hard wood with silky texture, ranging in color from dark brown to red. Furniture made from mahogany became popular in Britain from Mid-18th Century on, spreading throughout Europe.

Louis XV

Louis XV

Also known as Louis Quinze, was a style popularized by King Louis XV of France. The Sun King reigned in France between 1715 and 1774. The furniture style from this period is similar to Rococo with soft, flowing lines, shell and flower ornamentation, S-curves, rich padded upholstery, rare wood veneers, inlaying and painted furniture.

Provincial

Provincial

Provincial is a style that is peasant-like and reflective of the countryside. This term is often associated with French Provincial-style which is defined by simpler, more affordable adaptations of luxurious pieces created for the monarchy.

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