This exquisite Louis XV transition commode dates from the late eighteenth century. Made in Provence from walnut, with long legs giving the name "sauteuse" as it as though it is poised to jump. Its graceful curved front and delicate floral and foliage carvings on the drawers, as well as the bronze keyhole escutcheons, are testaments to the exceptional craftsmanship of the era.
Note the key acts as a drawer handle. It is not the original key therefore the locks don't function, nonetheless it can catch sufficiently to operate both drawers.
Originally designed to be placed between two window doors in a salon, this stunning walnut side table offers both practicality and beauty. The two spacious drawers provide ample storage, while the petite size allows for easy placement in a variety of spaces. Whether used in a living room, bedroom, or hallway, this commode will effortlessly elevate the space it inhabits.
Indulge in the unique allure of this Louis XV two-drawer commode, and enjoy the exquisite craftsmanship and timeless elegance it brings to your home.
Approx. overall 33¾" high x 31½" wide x 20" deep
Approx. overall 86cm high x 80cm wide x 51cm deep