17 - 18 November 1999
A LOUIS XV/XVI TRANSITIONAL BOIS SATINE, AMARANTH, TULIPWOOD AND PARQUETRY COMMODE
Stamped G.SCHLICHTIG JME, Circa 1770
The rectangular breakfronted and eared mottled grey marble top, above two conforming drawers veneered sans traverse, the bottom drawer with shaped lower edge, the sides and front with panelled parquetry, flanked by rounded corners set with piaster and oak swag mounts, on cabriole legs with laurel chutes and scrolled acanthus sabots, stamped G.SCHLICHTIG JME
33in. (85.7cm.) high, 526in. (132.5cm.) wide, 23in. (59cm.) deep
The Estate of Helen Fraser, sold Sotheby's New York, 7 April 1984, lot 119 ($9,075).
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