Sideboard - France - Louis Philippe Period - About mid 1800s - Blond oak essence.
Low glass sideboard (also lateral) with 4 opening doors with its original wrought iron handles.
Coming from a chic French bistro that Rattopennugo had the pleasure of attending and then emptying, this sideboard was used in the pastry section as an exhibitor for small French sweet delights including the remarkable macarons.
From our cousins from beyond the Alps, this kind of furniture is called Enfilade: not too deep, but long, it has a maximum usability that makes it suitable for a thousand and more uses and in any room, even in a wide corridor.
Minimal taste, but full of charm, around mid-1800s, Louis Philippe Era.
The essence of solid blond oak in patina makes this piece of furniture even more interesting and rare, to be used as a sideboard, display cabinet, bookcase ...
Still to restore, included in the price.