In Piedmont, an elaborate version of French Neoclassical furniture became fashionable during the last decades of the eighteenth century. With its rectilinear design and classically inspired ornament, the commode has retained a trace of Rococo frivolity
This chair clearly illustrates the strong influence of French Rococo furniture current in Venice at the time. Armchair (part of a set) century Culture:Italian, Venice Medium:Walnut, painted and silvered;
View this item and discover similar commodes and chests of drawers for sale at - Early century French Louis XVI-style commode, antiqued with a gilded finish. The cream and golden marble top is in excellent condition. This commode
Constructed in mahogany in the Louis XVIth manner, of superb quality, and comprising a breakfront triple door clothes press, the dove blue fields decorated with sinuously painted flowering foliates, and highlighted with the original gilt work.
Commode Designer: Design attributed to Jean François Cuvilliés the Elder (German (born Belgian), Soignies Munich) Maker: Construction attributed to Johann Michael Schmidt (German) Maker: Carving attributed to Joachim Dietrich Date: ca.