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Renaissance credenza with Pre-Columbian Henri IV inspiration

5 800 €


Sideboard furnisture with two bodies or dressoir credenza from the Renaissance period, Henri III - Henri IV style dresser cabinet. The upper part, supported by two columns, opens with two recessed leaves decorated with Pre-Columbian inspired heads topped with tiaras. Upper band carved with a putto and deciduous foliage. Line of four-leaf at the bottom of the doors. The lower part has a crenellated arch supported by two columns supporting a compartment opening with a drop-leaf decorated by floral scrolls from which emerge winged characters, men and women. The base includes an exposure tray. The sides are paneled and decorated with foliage below the cornice. Late XVIth - early XVIIth century second Renaissance piece of furniture.


  • Time:16th century
  • Origin:France
  • Material or technique:Oak
  • Sizes:93 x 171 x 49 cm (Width x Height x Depth)
  • Reference:42

Conservation status

Really good condition

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