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Chinoiserie commode

Price £2,975 inc vat

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Chinoiserie commode
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A mahogany and lacquer chest of two drawers, the ends and two drawer fronts hand decorated in Chinoiserie scenes on figured mahogany, with finely cast brass mouldings, ring drop handles and a faux marble painted top. The original Louis XVI circa 1785 sold at auction in Paris for $14,000.

Size Information Inches | CM

Width: 34 inches  |  Depth: 17¾ inches  |  Height: 34¼ inches

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