Categories Art Cheverny Furniture The Lion's Cornucopia in Cheverny – Corne de lion à Cheverny Post author By avril Post date April 20, 2014 4 Comments on The Lion's Cornucopia in Cheverny – Corne de lion à Cheverny Unforgettable sculpture on the side of a finely carved dresser (photo below) in Château de Cheverny. Impressionnante sculpture sur le coté du meuble très ouvragé (photo ci-dessous) dans le château de Cheverny. Tags Blois Daily Photo, château de Cheverny, cornucopia ← The White Façade of Château de Cheverny – La façade blanche du château de Cheverny → Spring Snowball – Boule de neige du printemps 4 replies on “The Lion's Cornucopia in Cheverny – Corne de lion à Cheverny” To say they don’t make them like that anymore is an understatement. That’s beautiful! My impression is that the carvings on the dresser are from a much older piece of furniture, from the 17th C and therefore maybe part of an original suite of furniture for this room. That’s just speculation though. It’s a fabulous piece. Quite spectacular. I can’t imagine how many hours went into constructing this cabinet. You’d certainly have to be royalty or nobility to buy a creation like this. @William: I agree, it’s incredibly intricate. @Susan: I wondered whether you would have more information. I think it’s a fabulous piece as well. @Stuart: You, as a woodworker, would certainly be able to appreciate the hours that went into constructing the cabinet! Leave a Reply to William Kendall Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.