London, South Kensington
21 January 1998
A Louis XV kingwood and floral marquetry serpentine commode,
applied with gilt-metal mounts, the mottled rouge marble top above two drawers inlaid with panels of trailing foliage, the sides similarly inlaid with additional birds, the shaped apron applied with a mount, the cabriole legs terminating in gilt sabots, the marble repaired
-- 39in. (99cm.) wide, 33in. (84cm.) high, 33½in. (59.5cm.) deep
The Right Honourable Viscountess Torrington, Yotes Court, Mereworth, Kent.
Sold Messrs. Foster, Yotes Court, The Contents of the Mansion, October 1923, lot 588, #63.0s.
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