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A George III mahogany and marquetry commode in the Louis XV style

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A George III mahogany and marquetry commode in the Louis XV style, previously attributed to Pierre Langlois, now to John Cobb, of slight bombe form with serpentine-shaped front fitted with two short and two long drawers, on curved and tapering legs, the top inlaid with cross-grained rosewood bands interspersed with interlaced strapwork and scrolling foliage, the drawers with ebonised stringing and rosewood cross-grained borders, mounted with ormolu escutcheons, handles, corner plaques and toes cast and chased with cabochon and berried foliage sprays, lions masks and scrolls and with gadrooned border to the top - circa 1770 - 59in. wide.

ID:  6699