A provincial 18th century single door cabinet known as a "confiture," a piece used to store jams and other preserved food. This example has nice, molded front and sides, the door with an asymmetrical arch and opening to reveal ample storage with a shelf. The side rails are rounded and extend to the floor to create the short, slightly cabriole legs or feet.
26.25ʺW × 21.25ʺD × 33.5ʺH
Very good antique condition. Please refer to the photographs, which are highly representative.