18th century rosewood Georgian commode

18th century rosewood Georgian commode
Circa 1775
A wonderful quality rosewood serpentine fronted and concave sided two door commode or side cabinet, raised on short cabriole legs. The cross-banded rosewood top frames a panel of harewood which incorporates finely inlaid musical instruments and a large spray of flowers knotted by an elegant bow.
The whole is beautifully understated in the manner of Anglo-Swedish born cabinetmaker, Christopher Fuhrlogh, who occasional worked alongside Thomas Chippendale.


51.97 inches
33.35 inches
22.32 inches
Rosewood, harewood

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