Messrs Gillows of London and Lancaster provided a number of similar commodes, with 'tower-cornered' tops supported on Pompeian reed-enriched columns, such as featured in Thomas Sheraton's Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer and General Artist's Encyclopaedia, 1804, pl. 2. In 1811 they supplied a closely related one with vase-capped pillars to the Rev. Mr. Twemlow of Peats Wood, Market Drayton (offered anonymously, Christie's London, 10 April 1986, lot 127).
Another closely related commode was sold anonymously, Christie's South Kensington, 30 September 1998, lot 186 (£7,475).