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A rare Dutch marquetry commode

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A rare Dutch marquetry commode, circa 1770, with four drawers in the slightly bombe front, the top one with a hinged book rest, and three sections of marble lidded compartments, with profuse 19th century inlay of figures and trees, 3ft. wide.

ID:  15373

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Angus

This can be seen (by guided tour) as part of the Doors Open Days Scheme. Organised by the Civic Trust in Scotland in those years in which the scheme operates in this area. For further details of participation and opening times see the attached link www.doorsopendays.org.uk. Please note that part of the tour is up stairs with no disabled access and there are no lavatory facilities. At all other times the items can be seen by appointment for further details, pre-booked tickets and appointments, please apply to the contact shown. Curators of UK public collections can obtain an image of this object through the contact shows. A reasonable charge may be made for this.