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A Transitional Louis XV/XVI ormolu-mounted kingwood

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Transitional Louis XV/XVI ormolu-mounted kingwood, tulipwood and parquetry slightly breakfront rectangular commode with three short drawers in the frieze, two long drawers below between canted angles on squared cabriole legs, inlaid overall with lattice-and-floret and Vitruvian scroll and foliate panels, surmounted by a white veined black marble slab (veneers missing, some ormolu mounts deficient) 48 1/2in. wide.

ID:  17910

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Hampshire

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