Pair of flaps slightly moved like a leaf on the front where three drawers are housed; the furniture continues in the upper part moving like an urn and ending in a backsplash with a removable drawer. The flap door conceals a cabinet made up of four briar-veneered drawers. The whole surface is veneered in bipartite striped walnut; wide ribbon weaves, inlaid with maple and bois de rose, create reserves veneered in walnut briar. The apron on the front as well as on the sides is shaped, the uprights at forty-five degrees have a carved pilaster with vase feet. Spruce interior, some drawer locks replaced.
The typical ribbon motif that creates on the surface of the front and sides of the heart reserves is widespread in Lombardy in the mid-18th century. but the fact that straight and severe reserves are created in the drawer as in the sides under the fascia leads us to suppose that this rare pair of flaps was already built in the third quarter of the century.
Dimensions: cm. 118 x 118 x 59