The Baroque is a period of artistic style, beginning around 1600 in Rome, that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture, painting, architecture, literature, dance and music.
Today Boca do Lobo is still being inspired on this classic techniques, allying the contemporary design that gives each piece that emotional feeling of heritage.
The technique of wood carving has been considered, from the remotest ages the decoration of wood, as a foremost art, as it is a very thorough and perfectionist technique.
Give a few hours to our (increasingly rare) skilled artisans and an amorphous block of wood turns into a such a detailed work of art that is gets hard to remember how it was in the beggining.
And so, Victoria Cabinet is born.
This piece transcends traditional and modern boundaries. A luxurious cabinet covered in black glass, which is cut and beveled giving a fractured appearance.
The base is hand carved from mahogany in a true baroque style. The two doors open to a vibrant yellow translucent finish over a natural wood housing five drawers and a single smoked glass shelf.
Inside there is a single smoked glass shelf above two rows of drawers finished in black leather, lacquer and beveled glass with handcrafted brass hardware finished in black lacquer.