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George III period demi-lune commode in the manner of John Linnell

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George III period demi-lune commode in the manner of John Linnell

95,000.00

A fine and important George III period demi-lune Commode of rare small size and classical form, decorated with marquetry veneers of satinwood, tulipwood, harewood and other exotic timbers, enriched with cast and gilt metal mounts, in the manner of John Linnell, circa 1790. There are flower sprays depicted in the vase paterae, considered to be a feature exclusive to Linnell. The single door is opened with a turnkey via a camouflaged escutcheon enabling access to the concealed frieze drawer by means of a spring catch inside.

Circa 1790

Height: 34 inch (86.5 cm)
Width: 31 inch (79 cm)
Depth: 16 inch (41 cm)

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