17th Century Pair of French Louis XIII Period Carved Walnut Architectural Panels


A pair of French Louis XIII period carved walnut architectural panels with geometrical motifs from the first half of the 17th century.   The style during the reign of Louis XIII  was one of geometry and order, which extraordinarily contrasted with the Rococo taste for asymmetry that will come to dominate the Louis XV period in the second half of the 18th century.  These panels, with their linear silhouette and wonderful patina will be an exquisite decorative accent in any home, whether placed in a foyer, living room or dining room.

The last photo is of the cabinet from which these were salvaged.

Dimensions: 26 1/2″ high,  8 1/8″ wide / long and 3/4″ deep.

Condition: Very good antique condition being structurally sound with age-appropriate signs of normal use as pictured. Wear consistent with age and use. It has dents, nicks, chips, scratches, stains, splits and mars expected with age, material and use. See pictures as they are a part of the condition report!

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Shipping: Due to the size of this beautiful and unique piece, professional packaging and shipping will be required. Contact Dimitri with your zip code for a shipping price. Shipping price is for first floor in home white glove delivery service and includes insurance Buyer will be responsible to pay shipping company directly for the shipping. Complimentary shipping in the contiguous continental USA! Please contact us for a shipping price to Alaska or Hawaii.