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A highly important George III marquetry semi-elliptical commode by Ince and Mayhew from a design by Robert Adam

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A highly important George III marquetry semi-elliptical commode by Ince and Mayhew from a design by Robert Adam, the top inlaid with a fan medallion and engraved husk swags suspending painted classical medallions and a rectangular painted panel of Venus and Cupid on a harewood ground banded with tulipwood inlaid with anthemion edged with ormolu entrelacs, above a giltwood foliate frieze inlaid with engraved anthemion divided by four oval classical medallions, the front with three cupboard doors, the centre opening to reveal fitted drawers, mounted with a painted panel of Diana with her hounds, the sides with dancing nymphs in circlets of engraved husks and florets on a harewood ground banded with satinwood and divided by classical two-handled urns and four tapering pilasters inlaid with husks on an ebony ground, and mounted with pairs of ormolu rams heads suspending drapery, the lower ormolu border of ribbon-tied moulding on three wedge-shaped inlaid feet and two tapering foliate giltwood feet 54in. wide; 21in. deep; 36in. high

ID:  15650

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lancashire

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