French Louis XIV armoire, circa 1710, previously owned
by the late movie critic Gene Siskel who hand-selected it at the Biennale de Paris in France. The rich walnut wood boasts a beautiful patina enhanced by the decorative star design in ...
Large French armoire from Normandy, circa 1710. Features
deeply carved arched panels and wide molded removable cornice. Armoire has been sensitively adapted for use as a media cabinet with interior shelving and open area for television. Original detailed steel escutcheons ...
Beautifully hand-carved 18th-century armoire from Brittany, France. Features
ornate floral and vegetal motifs on all sides, entirely carved in solid wood. Hinges are hand-forged. Inside, there are multiple shelves for storage and vintage toile covers the wood interior.