Antique Tyrolean painted wardrobe
H.184 – L.112 (122 to the frames) – P.47 (51 to the frames)
Tyrolean painted wardrobe with two doors, with four panels depicting bouquets of flowers and characters intent on typically rural works.
The tiles are surrounded by elegant ramages, as are the shoulders.
The piece of furniture has a slender structure with notches and an upper cornice characterized by shapes culminating in large “curl” spirals.
Internally, the original subdivision with a small tie rod is still present.
Mobile not yet restored; it is possible to customize the desired degree of restoration and the internal layout, thanks to the intervention of our laboratory.
Tyrol early 19th century.