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Louis XV/XVI Transitional commode by R. V. L. C. with slightly break front. The frieze containing three drawers which are panelled and overlaid with twisted ormolu centred by rosettes
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Louis XV/XVI Transitional commode by R. V. L. C. with slightly break front. The frieze containing three drawers which are panelled and overlaid with twisted ormolu centred by rosettes, the sides of the frieze similar. The front which contains two deep drawers panelled into three parts the central panel inlaid with a vase of mixed flowers standing on a pedestal, flanked by panels of sprays of flowers. The panels to the sides similarly inlaid as the central one. All within a leaf chiselled ormolu border with cut-out corners overlaid with rosettes, and with laurel wreath drop handles to the drawers. The shaped apron overlaid with a female mask hung with drapery and surmounted by two snakes. The rounded shoulders with classical mounts hung with laurel garlands and the knees of the short cabriole legs with foliage which continues down the outside angles and terminating in foliaged paw feet. Surmounted by a mottled grey white and pink marble slab. 4ft. 3in. x 1ft. 11 3/4in. x 2ft. 10 3/4in. high.
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Lincolnshire
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