Antique and Vintage French Armoire Product Details
89.50H x 63.50W x 28.50D
This extraordinary and impressive antique armoire in walnut dates to 1710 when King Louis XIV was on the throne of France. The magnificent armoire or closet was hand-selected at the Biennale de Paris in France by the late movie critic, Gene Siskel. (It is on consignment with EuroLuxAntiques.com by Siskels widow.) The beautiful, rich patina on the walnut wood is enhanced by the interesting and very decorative star designs (known as etoiles in French) in relief on the two doors. This truly is a stellar piece of antique furniture that would look fabulous in your home and provide a great conversation starter with its star-studded history! Crown molding adds to the elegant and regal air of this wonderful wardrobe. The large armoire stands more than 5 feet wide and nearly 7.5 feet high on sturdy bun feet. With three large shelves in addition to the bottom surface/shelf, there is plenty of room to store your finest linens or favorite cashmere sweaters! Being movie buffs, we grew up watching Siskel and Ebert, so it is especially wonderful to help find this exceptional armoire a new home. We'll ship this gorgeous three-centuries-old French antique to you free within the continental U.S. and most of Canada! The Louis XIV period armoire measures 89.5 inches high, 63.5 inches wide, and 28.5 inches deep.
EuroLux HomeBun Feet,Crown Molding
Condition of this Antique and Vintage Armoire
Used - Good
Shows normal wear to the finish and miscellaneous nicks, dings, and scratches due to age and use. There are non-active wood worm holes all over the piece, the shelves have been replaced and the lock inside the right door has been replaced.
Shipping for this French Armoire
Free shipping only applies within the Contiguous 48 United States and this item will be shipped via Vanline. Furniture (over 100 pounds) is shipped via white glove delivery service, which includes bringing the item into your home and placing the item in the room of your choice on the main level of your home. This service includes light assembly and the removal of packing materials. White glove service normally takes 3 to 4 weeks, although delays may occur for more remote locations. Someone must be present to accept and sign for the delivery.