Rectangular chest of drawers in rosewood and amaranth veneer with boxwood, amaranth and blackened wood fillets. The box is fir and beech, the furniture is oak. It opens with five drawers and has its original locksmith and key. Ornamentation of bronze such as pulling rings, lock entries and hooves reported. She is wearing a white veined gray marble also original. This dresser with beautiful proportions was made in the late eighteenth century, around 1790 probably in the province.
This furniture has been fully restored by our workshop. And this for the sake of optimal reversibility and patina conservation. It is now in a beautiful state and a report of restoration is of course available.