Masterful model chest of drawers,sold

Nr. 2060 |

Masterful model chest of drawers

Southwest Germany, around 1765.

Three-bay corpus with central latch and beautiful patina.

Walnut and walnut root veneered corpus resting on small pressed ball feet on oak corpus. Finely inlaid fillet bands in plum wood framed by maple thread inlays and decorated sides and pilasters. Top plate also inlaid in fields.

Masterly work with original fittings and lock – central locking.

Height: 32 cm | Width: 48 cm | Depth: 27 cm

Model chest of drawers

The Masterful Model Chest of Drawers is a remarkable piece of craftsmanship that hails from Southwest Germany, dating back to around 1765. This exquisite chest of drawers showcases the artistry of the period with its intricate design and exceptional attention to detail.

Comprising a three-bay corpus, the central latch adds both functionality and elegance to this piece. One of its standout features is the stunning patina that has developed over the years, enhancing its historical allure.

Crafted from walnut and adorned with walnut root veneer, this chest gracefully rests on small pressed ball feet, firmly supported by an oak corpus. The meticulous craftsmanship is evident in the finely inlaid fillet bands, which are made from plum wood and framed by delicate maple thread inlays. The sides and pilasters are adorned with ornate decorations, adding a touch of sophistication to the chest.

Even the top plate doesn’t escape the masterful touch, featuring inlaid fields that further exemplify the attention to detail lavished upon this piece.

The original fittings and lock, featuring central locking, are a testament to the enduring quality and functionality of this chest of drawers. It’s not just a piece of furniture; it’s a masterpiece that tells a story of craftsmanship and artistry from a bygone era, making it a true treasure for any connoisseur of fine antiques.

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