IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE, AFTER THE MODEL BY ADAM WEISWEILER, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
A French ormolu-mounted mahogany commode
In the Louis XVI style, After the model by Adam Weisweiler, Last quarter 19th Century
The brèche d'alep marble top above a breakfront edge, the frieze fitted with three concealed drawers, each with a pierced foliate-cast Bacchic frieze, above three panelled doors, each with a cupboard interior and flanked by fluted tapering columns, the panelled sides each with a Bacchic frieze, on fluted toupie feet
57¾in. (146.7cm.) wide; 36½in. (92.6cm.) high; 23in. (58.5cm.) deep
Another is illustrated in C. Payne, 19th Century European Furniture, Woodbridge 1981, p. 100.