Posts Tagged ‘commodes

24
Nov
18

Mahogany French Empire Commode Chest of Drawers

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Mahogany French Empire Commode Chest of Drawers

Mahogany French Empire Commode Chest of Drawers

French Mahogany Commode.
Standing on turned legs with brass toes and brass mounts.
Circa 1880
The 3 graduated oak lined drawers featuring inlaid panels, original brass handles and escutcheons.
The ends of the commode also featuring inlaid panels.
This piece has a very pretty removeable marble top.
Size:
Height 34″ (86cm)
Depth 22″ (56cm)
Width 43″ (109cm)

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07
Apr
14

Pair French Empire Demi Lune Commodes Cabinets Gilt

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Pair French Empire Demi Lune Commodes Cabinets Gilt

Pair French Empire Demi Lune Commodes Cabinets Gilt

 

– Stunning pair of French Empire style demi lune cabinets
– Lovely demi lune – half moon – shape to this elegant pair
– Classic Empire look with classical references such as the fluted columns and clean design
– Marble tops smooth and chip free
– Ormolu fixtures bright with great patina, include rosettes, sabots and trim
– Really high end pair ready to add oompph to any interior
– Offered in great shape with no damage and ready for home use right away
– Will ship to anywhere in the world, please contact for a shipping quote
– Come view these in our Hertfordshire antiques showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
– Please contact us if you have any other questions

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01
May
10

Bombe coffres commodes ou des armoires

La bombe terme est utilisé dans les meubles et l’ébénisterie pour désigner une forme de bulbe, de forme ballon ovale. Le terme est d’origine française et peuvent également être trouvés sur des bases cabinet, armoires, bureaux et des coffres. Bombe est également très populaire en Hollande tout au long du 18e et 19e siècles.

Bombe commodes sont très populaires, en particulier dans les styles Louis XV et XVI et l’air très funky.

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