Early 19th Century Louis XIII Small Walnut Confiturier or Jam Cabinet from Normandy
Early 19th century French Louis XIII style cabinet de confiture or jam cabinet handcrafted in Normandy of solid walnut with a rectangular top over a single drawer above a door having four raised panels that opens to reveal a single shelf, circa 1810s. Raised on block feet. This handsome cupboard retains its rich color and patina and has a fresh French polish that allows the wood to shine. Original iron hardware.
Confituriers were used to store jams and marmalades. They are extremely versatile cabinets because they are usually smaller than a buffet or chest of drawers and can be used for storage in any room. They can easily be converted into powder room vanities, used as nightstands and even retrofitted with small refrigeration units for bar areas or wine rooms. They make great storage for extra shoes, boots, and keys near the back door.
h - 43.5"
w - 41.75"
d - 21.5"
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