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An important George III gilt-lacquered brass mounted fustic, rosewood, tulipwood and marquetry commode

  • GBR
  • 2010-12-07
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An important George III gilt-lacquered brass mounted fustic, rosewood, tulipwood and marquetry commode
circa 1770, almost certainly by Thomas Chippendale, The serpentine shaped tulipwood-banded top with a central yellowwood and engraved medallion surrounded by anthemia and a guilloche border with floral sprays and bell-flower inlay, repeated to the front corners, the doors with simulated drawers inlaid with rosettes between interwoven bands and bell-flower divide over shaped panels with oak leaf wreaths enclosing anthemia capped urns with a central beaded mount dividing the doors and an anthemion to the apron, between finely cast gilt-lacquered brass ram's mask, entrelac and husk mounts, repeated to the back corners, the reverse of the doors veneered with black rosewood and now enclosing two conformingly veneered slides, the side panels inlaid with oval paterae within ribbon-tie bell-flower wreaths raised on squared splayed legs with acanthus and bell-flower mounts with Greek-key endings on leaf and gadrooned tapered gilt-lacquered brass feet  
89cm. high, 140cm. wide, 65cm. deep; 2ft. 11in., 4ft. 7in., 2ft. 1½in.

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