Wardrobe Bourbon Restoration Attributable To Henry Thomas Peters Italy

Code :  ANMOAM0112157

Wardrobe Bourbon Restoration Attributable To Henry Thomas Peters Italy

Code :  ANMOAM0112157

Product Details

Style:  Restaurazione (1815-1830)

Time:  XIX Century - 1800

Origin:  Liguria, Italia

Main essence:  Chestnut Mahogany walnuts Oak

Antique wardrobe, The restoration can be attributed to Henry Thomas Peters, with a split front, it has three drawers surmounted by two doors in the central body, while in the side bodies there is a large door. High quality hardware, the the locks are opened by rotating the knobs placed in the centre of the large rose windows. In mahogany and mahogany feather, the interiors are in walnut, chestnut and sessile oak. In mahogany and mahogany feather, the doors and sides are adorned with diamond shaped and curled frames, in the centre of which elaborate rosettes are carved, in Palagian style, re-proposed with reduced dimensions even in the corners. Pelagio Palagi, a Bolognese architect, was in fact directly called by King Carlo Alberto to direct the modernization work of the Racconigi Castle. Under his guidance, Gabriele Capello known as Moncalvo and Henry Thomas Peters were also active for this order. For the occasion, Peters created three wardrobes for the bedroom of Queen Maria Theresa, of which there are the drawings by Palagi who, in an autographed memory of 1934, recalls the execution by the English cabinetmaker. The famous desk of the King is also attributed to Peters.

Product Condition:
The item shows signs of wear due to age. Any damage or loss is displayed as completely as possible in the pictures. It may require restoration and recovery of french polish. Product with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lawful Origin.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 243,5
Width: 251,5
Depth: 68

With certificate of authenticity

Certificate issued by:  Enrico Sala

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