Dresser in the Second Empire style, early twentieth century, Northern Italy

£1,000.00 £450.00

Elegant dresser Second Empire. Built at the beginning of the twentieth century.
The rigid and essential structure is in stark contrast to the harmonious movement of the uprights “harness” key element of style. The search for a delicate decoration is reflected in the choice to use the mahogany, one of the finest essences and notes, easily recognizable by the many veins of darker hue.
Realized as mentioned in mahogany, poplar was used for the structural elements and fir for the rear panels and the funds of the drawers.
Careful selection of the plane in mahogany, high-end front with hidden drawer, three wire drawers framed by the side pillars where the mahogany choice of the heart creates a pleasant and delicate decoration. side panels made of mahogany slab.

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