19th Century Pair of French Commodes

19th Century Pair of French Commodes
Circa 1840
Made during the Reign of King Louis Philippe 1st who was King from 1830 - 1848. He was cousin of King Louis XVI. This fine pair of cherry wood commode chests of drawers would be ideal as bedroom chests of drawers next to a bed. Or placed in a very smart drawing room. The chests follow the elegant Neo Classic design of good taste. Each having two long drawers with gilt-metal brass ring handles. The secondary timber is pine. Each chest is raised on four square tapering legs. Circa 1840
42.91 inches
30.71 inches
16.14 inches
Cherry wood and gilt-metal
450 MQJ
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