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Commode Maker: Roger Vandercruse, called Lacroix (French, 1727–1799) Date: ca. 1755–60 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Oak veneered with tulip-, rose-, and end cut kingwood, gilt bronze, rouge griotte marble

Dressing table 1790-95 Seddon, Sons and Shackleton (1793–1800)

Jewel Coffer on Stand Attributed to Martin Carlin; porcelain plaques by Sevres. Oak veneered with tulipwood, sycamore, holly and ebonized holly; gilt bronze. French c. 1775.

Small rectangular table Charles Topino (1773–1803) Date: ca. 1775

Set of four armchairs (fauteuils en cabriolet) Date: ca. 1750–60 Culture: French Medium: Carved and gilded beechwood, upholstered in modern green broché

Armchair (part of a set) Louis Delanois (French, 1731–1792) Date: ca. 1770–75 Culture: French (Paris) Medium: Carved and gilded wood; modern blue and green silk damask upholstery

Transition Mechanical table à la Bourgogne René Dubois (1737–1799, master 1755) Date: ca. 1760

Writing table Roger Vandercruse called Lacroix (French, 1728–1799) Date: ca. 1760–70 Culture: French (Paris)

Commode made by Jean Henri Reisner,French,Gladebeck,near Hessen,1734-1806 Metropolitan Museum