Armoire of oversized proportions from French renaissance archives
Can you imagine a world where Brahms played on an electronic keyboard because acoustic grand pianos are bit of a hassle? Neither can we.
This Grand Armoire has been taken from archives of the French Renaissance. Stunning and detailed Lion Feet to support it's exquisite structure. Swollen body for very generous drawers can be used to store nearly anything that you might deem fit. The crown of the armoire can have an initial or a standard rocaille. The door panels have a beauty of it's own.
This armoire is perfectly suited to serve as a bar, or even a crockery cabinet.
Armoires have long been the stunning pieces that you could use to display your crockery, keep your home linens or have as a display cabinet for books or toys.
Some assembly at the client's end required.
As a standard, the frame, doors and exteriors are made of teak wood, while the shelves and back are made of pine wood.
Suggested Dimensions : 76"W x 83"H x 26"D