Exzellente Neoklassizistische Kommode im Louis XVI-Stil, Südwestdeutschland, ca. 1780

Important South-West German neoclassical chest of drawers of high craftmanship. The three-drawer pinewood carcass veneered in walnut, plum, maple and other woods. The drawers with three mirror-veneered panels, with checkered inlaid banding and fillet inlays, applied with ribbon-tied gilt-brass mounts. Framed with arrow inlay an unusual addition and potential reference to a hunting lodge provenience. With corresponding marquetry on sides and top. Raised on tapered square feet. See: Gert K. Nagel: Möbel von der Renaissance bis zum Jugendstil, Augsburg 1994, p. 141

PERIOD: ca. 1780
PLACE OF ORIGIN: Southwest Germany
MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Marquetry walnut and other sorts of wood
CONDITION: Excellent. Recently restored, repolished, excellent condition.
31.1 in.Hx46.85 in.Wx22.05 in.D
79 cmHx119 cmWx56 cmD
WIDTH:  4 ft. 2.4 in. (128 cm)
DEPTH:  23.62 in. (60 cm)
Price Upon Request