19th Century Spanish Renaissance Credenza

2107-1627 (Click to Inquire About This Item)

38H x 6W x 18.5D

Location: Baton Rouge


19th Century Spanish Renaissance Credenza features a raised cabinet that is defined by extensive hand-carving across the facade, framed by carved cornerposts and a pair of carved corbels flanking the center drawer section.  Geometric foliates are reminiscent of the Gothic transitional style, and appear on the two drawers as well as center cabinets, with lavish foliates on the cornerposts and the urn pediments below, which also flank the full width display shelf.  Hand-forged steel strap hinges, key guards and bale pulls add an authentic touch.  Note that even the back consists of seven hand-chamfered panels in a testament to the Old World craftsmanship. Hand-crafted from solid oak to last for generations!
Circa 1880s
Measures 38H x 6W x 18.5D