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Magnificent Luxurious Louis XIV Style Boulle Commode

(SKU: 2994-2130)
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about this item

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions

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Dimensions


  • 37 inches
  • 41 inches
  • 19 inches

Web Price


Special Web Price: $1950.00 only
Shipping: $240.00 and fuel surcharge
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If in stock shipping time is 1 to 3 weeks (80% of our items are in stock). Otherwise shipping time is 7 to 11 weeks

Description


it is made with Ebonized wood , superbly inlaid with Brass on faux tortoise shells and topped with a "Languedoc" red marble.

Style


LOUIS XIV (1638-1715)

The Sun King imposed magnificence.

Jean-Charles Lebrun was in charge of the royal Gobelin works from 1667. Jean Berain followed him, introducing a lighter style. André-Charles Boulle created revolutionary marquetry : alternated effects of metal on pairs of items : coper, pewter, even silver, tnted tortoiseshell, mother-of-pearl. This technique was widely copied especially under Napoleon III. Art at Versailles was in all its glory with its decorators and cabinets-makers.

Macé, Sommer, Poitou, Pierre Gole, Cucci, Alexandre Oppenordt, Levasseur.

Furniture : the commode appeared at the end of the XVII century and became very fashionable. The vord "console" was used. The bureau plat replaced the Mazarin bureau with its eight legs. Chairs were varied, ranging from the high-backed padded armchair to the stool. Legs were figural, baluster, claw.

Mirrors, chandelier, candelabra became more common, the cabinet arrived from Italy.

Materials : sculptured, veneered, inlaid : ebony and precious woods were imported to Paris, pear and natural woods were used in the provinces.

Types of decoration : the sun was the royal emblem. The fleur-de-lis remained. Faces of gods, bearded fauns, nymphs, goddesses, allegories, arabesques, cornucopia, foliage abounded. Gilded bronze decoration was popular.

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