This beautiful Renaissance cabinet consists of two parts, the upper part of which is not set back.
This remarkable piece of furniture is carved and embellished with beautiful classical architectural elements. It has four carved doors which are separated in the middle by two drawers.
This charming cabinet presents a strong ornamental unity with its quill-feather decor. It comprises two bodies opening each with two door-leaves.
The belt bears three consoles with similar decors and two drawers.
A slightly overlapping cornice crowns the cabinet.
The sides are divided in two vertical sills on each body.