A satinwood commode inlaid with very similar stiff marquetry neo-classical urns, by William Gates, is in the collection of Her Majesty The Queen at Buckingham Palace (see O. Brackett, Encyclopaedia of English Furniture, London, rev. ed., 1950, pl. CCII).
Designed in the George III 'antique' manner with inlaid 'bacchic' vase marquetry medallion and carved vase-capped 'herm' feet; the table's Grecian frieze is embellished with a guilloche of alternating palmettes and honeysuckle sprays which relates to a 1781 pattern for door-case ornament published in Pergolesi's Designs for Various Ornaments 1777-1801. Pergolesi (d. 1792) worked as a decorative artist for Robert Adam (see: E. White, Pictorial Dictionary of Furniture Design, Suffolk, 1990, p. 455, pl. 32).
A pair of demilune tables with similarly designed bases was sold, the property of a Lady of Title, Christie's, London, 29 November 1979, lot 22.