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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "George III mahogany serpentine commode in the manner of Thomas Chippendale"
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Of particular note is the deep serpentine shape to the front and quality of construction throughout.
This form of chest of drawers with an elegant serpentine and moulded top on a rectilinear chest relates to that of others supplied by Thomas Chippendale, including at Mersham-le-Hatch, Kent, in 1768 and at Paxton House, Berwickshire, in 1774. The red wash on the underside and laminated blocks to the feet is a characteristic feature of a number of pieces of mahogany furniture at Dumfries House, Ayrshire, which were attributed to ‘The Dumfries House Cabinet-Maker’ - possibly Thomas Chippendale.
|Height||34.50 inch||(87.63 cm)|
|Width||37.50 inch||(95.25 cm)|
|Depth||18.50 inch||(46.99 cm)|