Cabinet in rosewood and fruitwood veneer and bone inlay Italy 18th century

An interesting and decorative cabinet made of veneer, rosewood, walnut, plum, and amaranth, inlaid with bone-forming geometric patterns such as diamonds, triangles, and rectangles.
Our cabinet opens in front by a series of fourteen small drawers and in the lower part a large double drawer, decorated with small rings of wrought iron. On the sides to help and facilitate the moving of this beautiful piece of furniture large wrought iron handles.

Beautiful 18th century Italian working fine original condition of use.

The piece of furniture rests on a base in walnut and tinted beech from the second half of the 19th century.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
40.94 × 25.59 × 32.67 in
XVII-XVIIIth century
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