Tall, Dark, and Handsome

Circa 1880

Louis XVI Semainier

Jean-Marc Fray

Mahogany chest having seven long drawers:

originally meant to hold a week's supply of clothing. 

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Antique Carrara Marble Top

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Dovetail Construction

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French Polish Finish

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Bronze Hardware

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5 comments:

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

What a gorgeous piece.

JMW said...

Simply divine - look at that marble top and the hardware! Oh, to have something like that in my home. :)

Renae Moore said...

Oh my what a beautiful piece. They would not l like what I am doing to my solid mahogany dove tailed detail Louix XV piece. I love the marble top! Beautiful!

xo

Splendid Sass said...

Lisa-
The chest is perfect! I especially love the hardware and the seven drawers.
I will visit Le Blog. headed over now.
Have a great week.
Teresa
xoxo

quintessence said...

Looks marvelous - both the offerings and the blog. Will have to pop on over!!