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Antique Chests & Commodes

Ronald Phillips Ltd has a wide and varied selection of antique English 18th century chests and commodes encompassing an extensive range of periods and styles. United by their quality, each piece, in mahogany, satinwood, walnut, perhaps mounted with ormolu or with inlaid marble tops represents a functional piece of antique furniture that will happily sit in any contemporary or classical space. Chosen for their outstanding workmanship, quality, colour and condition we have a range of antique chests, cabinets and commodes that will appeal to all tastes. Whether it be an elaborate George III ormolu mounted demi lune commode by Mayhew and Ince or a chest of drawers in the manner of Thomas Chippendale chosen for its wonderful colour and patination, Ronald Phillips’s wide range of 18th century antique chests, commodes, tall boys and linen presses will have something for your specific space. The collection of antique chests and commodes stretches from very early pieces, from the reign of Queen Anne through the Georgian years into the later reign of George IV, The Prince Regent, and each antique piece is of particular note and distinction.
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III ROSEWOOD AND PADOUK COMMODES ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE LANGLOIS
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY COMMODES ATTRIBUTED TO WRIGHT & ELWICK
  - A GEORGE III DEMI-LUNE MARQUETRY COMMODE ATTRIBUTED TO MAYHEW AND INCE
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY COMMODE
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SYCAMORE CORNER BEDSIDE CUPBOARDS
  - A GEORGE II MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A GEORGE II MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A GEORGE II MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SERPENTINE CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A GEORGE III SATINWOOD CHEST OF DRAWERS
  - A PAIR OF GEORGE III SATINWOOD CHESTS OF DRAWERS
  - A GEORGE III SATINWOOD SERPENTINE SHAPED DRESSING COMMODE