A GEORGE III SATINWOOD AND HAREWOOD COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN COBB
A GEORGE III SATINWOOD AND HAREWOOD COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN COBB
A GEORGE III SATINWOOD AND HAREWOOD COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN COBB

A GEORGE III SATINWOOD AND HAREWOOD COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN COBB

c. 1765 England

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The commode retains the original ornate brass lifting handles and has a fixed shelf behind the doors. It belongs to a group of commodes attributed to John Cobb, all sharing a virtually identical outline and oval panels to the doors, sides and top. They differ only in timber and varying metal mounts. A commode with matching pedestals that also fits into this group was supplied by Cobb to Paul Methuen of Corsham Court in Wiltshire in 1772. The marquetry on the Corsham commode is more neoclassical.
Anonymous sale, Christie’s, 23 May 1968;
Collection of Mr. Michael P. Knapp, London, England, until 1975;
Private collection, England.
Illustrated:
Sotheby’s, ‘Fine English Furniture, Tapestries, Clocks, Rugs and Carpets, Ship Models and a Collection of Blue John’, sale catalogue, 11 April 1975, pl. 25.
Dimensions
Height 93.50 cm (36.81 inches)
Width 115.00 cm (45.28 inches)
Depth 60.00 cm (23.62 inches)
Stock Code
4475141
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