A French three-door oak enfilade from the late 19th century, with scrolled motifs and cabriole legs. Born in France at the end of Emperor Napoleon III’s reign, this oak enfilade features a rectangular top with canted corners in the front, sitting above three molded doors with scrolling accents. Separated from one another through panels with delicate foliage carved in low-relief, the doors each open to reveal an ample storage space. The enfilade is raised on four legs, cabriole in the front and straight in the back, connected to one another through a carved scrolling apron on three sides. With its large proportions and oak patina, this French enfilade circa 1870 will complement any living room or dining room.
H 38 in. x W 89.25 in. x D 22 in.
H 96.52 cm x W 226.7 cm x D 55.88 cm