29 - 30 March 2001
A LOUIS XV ORMOLU-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD, KINGWOOD, AND AMARANTH COMMODE
Third quarter 18th Century, stamped L. FELIX C, J.M.E.
The breakfronted grey-veined red marble top above a conforming case, with one short and one long frieze drawer above one long drawer, the sides and drawers within a leaf and berry ormolu surround, flanked by corner mounts of putti within a cartouche with trailing decoration, the shaped apron with a scrolling foliate garland on cabriole legs with shell-sheathed feet, remounted
33in. (84cm.) high, 35in. (89cm.) wide, 21in. (53cm.) deep
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