20 April 2007
A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD AND KINGWOOD COMMODE
STAMPED TWICE 'LARDIN', MID-18TH CENTURY, REMOUNTED
The later serpentine-fronted red and black variegated marble top above a pair of faux-panelled drawers faced as three drawers, with foliate angles, handles and escutcheons, with a similarly-mounted apron, on splayed legs ending in paw feet, stamped twice to front corners beneath marble, with labels inscribed in ink with inventory number '6964', the mounts stamped 'HPR'
32¾ in. (83 cm.) high, 50½ in. (128 cm.) wide, 24½ in. (62 cm.) deep
Antoine Lardin, maître in 1750.
with Dalva Brothers, New York.
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