- Commode – An important XVIIIth Century period chest of drawers in an elegant bombe shape. This piece was made during the reign of Louis XVth. The marquetry inlays feature different woods. It opens with 5 drawers and is ornated with its original gilded bronzes. The marble top is its original also.
From Paris - circa 1770
Dimensions:130 cm wide X 64 deep X 85 high
Commode Louis XV period carved in blond walnut. Typical design of the commode from Paris called La Parisienne. Ornate with Rocaille style bronze
From Paris - Circa 1770
Dimensions: 127cm wide X 58 deep X 87 high
Commode Louis XVI style. Original lacquer “vert de gris” enhanced with gilt on the carvings of tinsels of falling laurel leaves. Original marble top.
From Paris - Circa 1860
Dimensions: 110cm long x 51 deep x 86 high
Commode Lous XV style, carpentry work in oak traditionally made in a large bombe shape. Rose wood veneer and ornate with gilded bronze in a Rocaille Style. Original marble top.
From Paris - Circa 1920
Dimensions: 118cm long x 53 deep x 85 high
Rare Commode on a pine structure dressed with flamed mahogany with cuba, ornate with stringing of silvered copper inlays in intricate patterns. Typical Portuguese style of the 19th century. Original Carrara marble top.
From Lisbon - Circa 1850
Dimensions: 134cm wide X 59 deep X 100 high
Commode Louis Philippe period. Carpentry work in oak and veneered in a specatacular flamed walnut. This chest of drawers opens up as a small desk from the top drawer. Original marble top called “Gris Saint Anne”
From Vezinet - Circa 1830
Dimensions: 130cm long x 57 deep x 98 high
Commode in an elegant flamed mahogany, straight line structure representing the First Empire taste of decoration. Original gilded bronze handles and “Noir Francais” marble top (extract in Hon-Hergnies, North of France).
From Paris - Circa 1815
Dimensions: 130cm wide X 49 deep X 100 high
Elegant petite commode fully mirrored. good condition and original mirror with a tint of pink. Typical of the 1940′s with elegnat fine cabriolet legs ebonised.
From Paris - Circa 1940
Dimensensions: 62 cm wide x 30 deep x 71 high
A Transition period “semainier” in marquetry of different wood. Semaine means week in French and it is because it opens with 7 drawers that this type of furniture is called semainier. The Transition period (1758-1775) is a period beween the Louis XVth and the Louis XVIth and mix in its style the motives from those 2 periods. We note here curved legs typical from the Louis XVth period and a geometrical marquetry representative of the Louis XVIth period.
From Paris - Circa 1775
Dimensions: 60cm wide X 33 deep X 132 high
Semainier / Tallboy Transition style. Carpentry work in oak in an elegant proportion offering 7 drawers. One drawer for each day of the week / semaine. Veneer of rosewood and inlays in a Neo Classical style.
From Paris - Circa 1970
Dimensions: 61cm wide x 37 deep x 142 high
Commode Provincial Directoire style carved in oak in a straight line design. Typical squared legs and grooves pattern.
From Bordeaux - Circa 1890
Dimensions: 123cm wide X 49 deep X 90 high
Commode in a generous Bombe shape and cabriolet legs reviving the Louis XV style. Marquetry of rosewood and inlays in a “frisage” pattern. Highly ornate with gilded mounts called “Espagnolette” From the Napoleon III era.
From Paris - Circa 1870
Dimensions: 110cm wide x 48 deep x 92 high
Commode Louis XV / Regency period in cherrywood. Typical carvings from the south west of France, with the Regency shell carving and scroll work finishing the feet.
Bordeaux area - Circa 1760
Dimensions : 126cm wide X 66 deep X 89 high
Commode Napoleon III period. Elegant proportion of a bombe shape in marquetry of rosewood and inlays of exoctic woods forming floral design. Rocaille style gilded bronze hardware and original marble top.
From Paris - Circa 1870
Dimensions: 86cm wide X 40 deep X 88.5 high
Commode Louis XV style. Coromandel lacquer decor. double drawers on a bombe shape ornate with Rocaille style gilded bronzes. Original marble top and perfect condition
From Paris - Circa 1890
Dimensions: 155cm wide x 55 deep x 88 high
Commode Louis XV style. Elegant petite proportion made in carpentry work of oak, dressed with veneer of rosewood and inlays of precious woods, ornate with original gilded Rocaille style bronze
Paris - Circa 1880
Commode Louis XV style. Elegant bombe shape and cabriolet legs. Veneered with rose wood and inlays of foliage and floral designs of exotic woods. Ornate with Rocailles style gilt mounts. Original marble top “rouge des Pyrenees” Piece executed by “Perol Fils” from la Rue du Faugbourg Saint Antoine Paris 12.
From Paris - Circa 1900's
Dimensions: 98cm long x 46 deep x 90 high
Commode Napoleon III period forming 4 drawers on an elegant proportion built in oak and dressed in rosewood veneer. Fine inlays of exotic woods in foliage design. Original marble top and hardware Louis XVI style in gilded bronze.
From Paris - Circa 1870
Dimensions: 84cm wide X 45 deep X 90 high