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hand-painted 'french armoire' with goldleaf gilding, panels featuring bathing figures produced in oils

hand-painted 'french armoire' with goldleaf gilding, panels featuring bathing figures produced in oils

Commode | British | Circa 1771-73. Maker unknown. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Commode | British | Circa 1771-73. Maker unknown. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

An important George III parcel-gilt Chinese black lacquer-mounted and japanned clavichord attributed to Thomas Chippendale circa 1775 | lot | Sotheby's

An important George III parcel-gilt Chinese black lacquer-mounted and japanned clavichord attributed to Thomas Chippendale circa 1775 | lot | Sotheby's

A George III period mahogany serpentine commode Attributed to Henry Hill of Marlborough  English, circa 1770  £98,000  The serpentine top veneered in well figured mahogany and cross banded in padouk; the three graduated drawers veneered in flame mahogany, again cross banded in padouk and retaining the original patinated bronze handles and escutcheons; the top drawer fully fitted with lidded compartments and a mirror

A George III period mahogany serpentine commode Attributed to Henry Hill of Marlborough English, circa 1770 £98,000 The serpentine top veneered in well figured mahogany and cross banded in padouk; the three graduated drawers veneered in flame mahogany, again cross banded in padouk and retaining the original patinated bronze handles and escutcheons; the top drawer fully fitted with lidded compartments and a mirror

The Diana and Minerva Commode, made in 1773 for Edwin Lascelles of Harewood.  It depicts the 2 Roman goddesses, Diana and Minerva, in marquetry (inlaid timbers) and ivory on its doors. They are looking towards each other as pair would be placed. It is good to stress that a pair is not 2 the same but two mirrored images.

The Diana and Minerva Commode, made in 1773 for Edwin Lascelles of Harewood. It depicts the 2 Roman goddesses, Diana and Minerva, in marquetry (inlaid timbers) and ivory on its doors. They are looking towards each other as pair would be placed. It is good to stress that a pair is not 2 the same but two mirrored images.

Antique Solid Mahogany Sideboard Buffet by Drexel | From a unique collection of antique and modern buffets at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/buffets/

Antique Solid Mahogany Sideboard Buffet by Drexel

Antique Solid Mahogany Sideboard Buffet by Drexel | From a unique collection of antique and modern buffets at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/buffets/

Louis XV Commode, attributed to Charles Cressent satinwood and purple hart, gilt bronze mounts, marble top about 1745

Louis XV Commode, attributed to Charles Cressent satinwood and purple hart, gilt bronze mounts, marble top about 1745

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