London, South Kensington
24 February 2009
A PAIR OF NORTH ITALIAN WALNUT AND FRUITWOOD REVOLVING COMMODINI
FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY
Each of dodecagonal form with a three-quarter gallery top above a drawer and a door with bone-mounted handles, on a conforming waisted plinth and castors, the drawers with painted inventory marks 'P.P.S. 1011' and '1149'
32 in. (82.5 cm.) high; 16 in. (41 cm.) wide; 16 in. (41 cm.) deep (2)
Christie's, London, Works of Art from the Collection of S.A.R. La Principessa Reale Maria Gabriella Di Savoia, 27 June 2007, lot 244.
Castello Reale di Sarre, Valle d'Aosta.
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