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Early 18th century German

Maker:  Maker Unknown


Early 18th century German, mahogany serpentine shaped commode with moulded border to the top fitted with a brushing slide and three long drawers, the canted angles carved in relief with children's heads suspending scrolling foliage and mathematical instruments on bracket feet mounted with chased ormolu handles and kneehole escutcheons 48in. wide.

ID:  4940



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