French Louis XVI Woman's Dressing Table

(France, 18th Century)

French Louis XVI Woman's Dressing Table


French Louis XVI woman's dressing table or "poudreuse" dates back to the Transition Period between Louis XV and Louis XVI. The more flowing design of the Louis XV period is combined with the linear block marquetry of the stricter Louis XVI period. For the marquetry, the maker combined three types of veneer: rosewood, kingwood and mahogany. The dressing table has four exterior drawers, built in flip up central mirror, an area to place cosmetic containers and the other side an area to place beauty products and is raised on slender curved legs.

WIDTH: 29 in | HEIGHT: 30½ in | DEPTH: 13½ in

Origin France
Category Case Pieces
Period 18th Century
Style Louis XVI
ConditionVery good

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