Louis XV Style Vitrine Cabinet (close up of cabinet image in "Elegant Gold and Ivory Board"  A Very Fine French 19th Century Louis XV Style Tulipwood and Gilt-Bronze Mounted Vernis Martin Decorated Vitrine Cabinet. Circa: Paris, 1880

Louis XV Style Vitrine Cabinet (close up of cabinet image in "Elegant Gold and Ivory Board" A Very Fine French 19th Century Louis XV Style Tulipwood and Gilt-Bronze Mounted Vernis Martin Decorated Vitrine Cabinet. Circa: Paris, 1880

Chest and side doors inkstand Venice, circa 1750-1760 Built in softwood carved decoration, painted and gilded ; marble top

Chest and side doors inkstand Venice, circa 1750-1760 Built in softwood carved decoration, painted and gilded ; marble top

Pair of Mid-Century French Louis XVI Style End Tables | From a unique collection of antique and modern end tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/end-tables/

Pair of 1950s French Louis XVI Style End Tables

Pair of Mid-Century French Louis XVI Style End Tables | From a unique collection of antique and modern end tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/end-tables/

Antique Hand-Painted Adams Style Demi Lune Commode Cabinet | 1stdibs.com

Antique Hand-Painted Adams Style Demi Lune Commode Cabinet

Pickwick Antiques - A world of fine antiques in Montgomery, Alabama Pair of satinwood painted cabinets circa 1900

Pickwick Antiques - A world of fine antiques in Montgomery, Alabama Pair of satinwood painted cabinets circa 1900

American Queen Anne flat top highboy, executed in highly figured tiger maple, circa 1770, having a molded top, surmounting the graduated ten drawer case, above a shaped apron, and rising on cabriole legs terminating on pad feet, 70.5"h x 38.5"w x 21"d.

American Queen Anne flat top highboy, executed in highly figured tiger maple, circa 1770, having a molded top, surmounting the graduated ten drawer case, above a shaped apron, and rising on cabriole legs terminating on pad feet, 70.5"h x 38.5"w x 21"d.

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.

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