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19th Century French Country Armoire in the Norman Style De Bayeux

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Introducing our Antique French Country Armoire in the Norman style de Bayeux, a timeless piece of history dating back to the mid to late 1800s. Crafted from oak using traditional peg construction techniques, this armoire has been transformed into a liquor bar cabinet, blending functionality with the charm of French craftsmanship.
Featuring carvings in the classic French style, its crown showcases three-dimensional carvings of love birds, foliage, flowers, and garlands.
The two doors of the armoire open to reveal the liquor bar cabinet that has been thoughtfully retrofitted to meet modern needs. Inside is a mirrored back, interior lights and three shelves providing ample storage for bottles, glassware, and bar accessories. An additional compartment with a drop-front bar shelf offers more storage and a generous work surface for prepping and pouring your favorite beverages.

Included is the original door key.

The term "Norman style de Bayeux" refers to a specific furniture design style associated with the Norman region of France, particularly the town of Bayeux. Norman furniture styles often reflect the artistic and cultural influences prevalent in the region during a specific period.
The "Norman style de Bayeux" suggests that the armoire is crafted in a manner that reflects the design characteristics and aesthetics of the Norman region, particularly influenced by the town of Bayeux. Bayeux, located in the Calvados region of Normandy, France, is historically known for its rich tapestry, the Bayeux Tapestry, which depicts the events leading up to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066.
The Norman style typically exhibits a combination of craftsmanship and intricate carvings and often incorporates motifs inspired by nature, such as foliage, flowers, and birds.

Dimensions:  58ʺW × 19ʺD × 93ʺH

Condition: This armoire exhibits a condition that aligns with its age and the natural wear resulting from regular use. Overall, the piece maintains a charming patina that adds to its character. Upon close inspection, the lower front right door shows a slight break on the diagonal. It is important to note that this imperfection is minor and does not detract from the overall aesthetic or functionality of the piece. We encourage interested parties to review accompanying images or, if possible, to inspect the piece in person to appreciate its condition fully. Please feel free to contact us should you have any specific inquiries or require additional details regarding the condition of this piece. Our commitment to transparency ensures that our customers have a comprehensive understanding of the item they are considering.