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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A PAIR OF GEORGE III ROSEWOOD AND PADOUK COMMODES ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE LANGLOIS (4490141)"
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The attribution to Pierre Langlois is firmly based on strong similarities to well-documented commodes by Langlois which share the same veneer patterns, overall shaped and distinctive ormolu mounts. This metalwork is attributed to Dominique Jean, who married Pierre Langlois' daughter.
Note: Interiors originally fitted with drawers, now having adjustable shelves.
Price: £100,000 +
Lord and Lady Samuel, Wych Cross, Surrey.
Christies, Important English Furniture, sale catalogue 3rd July 1997, The Dundas Commodes, pp. 230-235
Danielle O. Kisluk-Grosheide, Wolfram Koeppe and William Rieder, European Furniture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 2006, pp. 155/156.
|Height||85.00 cm||(33.46 inches)|
|Width||99.50 cm||(39.17 inches)|
|Depth||53.50 cm||(21.06 inches)|