French 1960’s Louis XVI-Style Mahogany Enfilade with Marble Top
Dimensions: 40-5/8″H x 90-5/8″W x 19-5/8″D
This large, marble-top enfilade was made in the 1960’s, in France, and fashioned in the Louis XVI style. The white and gray marble top is in good antique condition and has neat corners that fit the body perfectly. Four drawers can be found in the apron, each with round, styled brass pulls. They are trimmed in brass, with gilt-brass rosette ormolu found between. Below, the four brass-trimmed doors all contain working locks, and conceal three finished compartments. These are each outfitted with a single fixed shelf. The doors are separated by fluted pilaster columns. The six feet are all turned and capped in brass sabots.