CABINETS - WARDROBES
Splendid antique Chinese sideboard.
Large and beautiful dimensions: 172 x 53 x H85cm for this unique piece.
This sideboard is 180 years old and it shows. It is simply magnificent with its paintings and its traces left by time.
A charm and a crazy poetry emerges from this remarkable and unique piece from Qinghai.
Dimensions (length x width x height): 172 x 53 x 85 cm.
Weight: 42.3 kg.
Number of doors: 2
Number of shelves: 1
Height between shelves: 18 cm.
Shelf weight supported: 10 kg.
Leg size: 10.5x5x15 cm.
Measurement between the feet: 126x36 cm.
Top thickness: 4.5 cm.
Magnificent sideboard from the late 1940s in walnut.
Entirely transformed by coarse salt sandblasting, with a matte finish which highlights the work of walnut on the doors: a veneer folded out in 4, which gives these 2 "flowers" on the central door.
Its black and white marble top is original.
Made in France 80 years ago, and re-worked in France 80 years later.
Antique 2-door emerald-colored wardrobe, nicely weathered. An admirable cabinet made in Italy. In superb condition for its age: + / _ 100 years. A very beautiful patina left by time. A bohemian chic spirit that we love. Length: 68.00 cm Width: 157.00 cm Height: 213.00 cm. A magnificent old unique piece.
Magnificent small buffet only 145cm wide. Made in France 90 years ago (January 1930) and completely transformed by a coarse sand blasting process. Its appearance is radically changed with this matt black finish - a polyurethane varnish - which protects the wood from any overturned glass ...
Inspired by 1940s design, but made in 1950, this oak display cabinet on curved legs has a large storage capacity behind its large door. The side pilasters are semi-rounded typical of the French refinement of these years. Two 8mm tempered glass shelves.
Sideboard 1930s made in walnut. Entirely transformed by "salt sandblasting", with a matte finish that highlights the veining of the doors. Its marble top is original. Very beautiful patterns of walnut on the doors. Two doors and four central drawers.
Art Deco 2-door sideboard from the 1940s matt mahogany and gray marble. A unique piece! The refined and refined design of the 40s is perfectly expressed on this 2-meter-long sideboard. The line is rounded on the sides, but the facade is underlined by this rectilinear brass frame which also separates the 2 doors.
Original 1940's French sideboard in refurbished in pink! Completely transformed with a "salt-blasting process", and a matt pink finish which gives an very funky touch to the unique vintage furniture and emphasizes the veining of the South American rosewood doors, as well as the curved base.Originaly made in France, and restored in France in 2018. A unique piece completely restored.
Sideboard from the 40s, 2 doors and 4 drawers, matt black. A Unique Piece! Walnut sideboard and wood top made in France 80 years ago and completely transformed by a coarse salt sandblasting process. Its appearance is radically changed with this matte black finish - a polyurethane varnish - which protects the wood from any spilled glass ...
Original late 1940's sideboard. Completely transformed with a salt-blasting process, and a matt black finish which make it contemporary... Though it has been made in France more than 70 years ago. Its grey and white marble top is the original one. The brass harware is original, including those 2 rings highlighting the very simpleclean design of this piece.
Sideboard late 1940s made in walnut with a finish that highlights the veining of the doors. Its black veined marble top is original. Very beautiful patterns of walnut on the doors and beautiful handles of origins in brass. French made.
The wood is in excellent condition. A very beautiful unique piece of time. A superb unique piece of furniture.
Original early 1950's sideboard. Completely transformed with a salt-blasting process, and a black matt finish which smooth the grape and leaves sculpture of the walnut doors. Its black and white marble top is the original one, as well as all the hardware.1 drawer in the middle. Made in France.