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A rare pair of late 18th century Hepplewhite period gonçalo alves and satinwood demi-lune commodes, each having a semi-circular satinwood banded moulded top above a frieze with a single drawer to the front and dummy drawers to either side with later brass plate handles, above a single door veneered in a diamond pattern with fixed shelf behind and flanked by conforming faux doors; on square tapering legs terminating in block toes with brass castors.

Literature: Illustrated:
‘The Antique Dealers’ Fair and Exhibition Handbook’, 1958, p. 57; with R. F. Lock Ltd., London.

Exhibitions: ‘The Antique Dealers’ Fair and Exhibition’, London, 1958; with R. F. Lock Ltd., London.

     

  • Provenance

    Robgill Tower, Dumfriesshire;
    R. F. Lock Ltd., London;
    Private collection, England.


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