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A GEORGE 111 MAHOGANY COMMODE IN THE MANNER OF HENRY HILL.

A fine George 111 serpentine mahogany commode in the manner of Henry Hill of Marlborough, the top crossbanded in mahogany and with a ebonized moulded edge, above a brushing slide and three drawers with later handles, the commode with serpentine shaped corners and a shaped apron, raised on shaped legs at the front.

Circa 1780

Price: £48,000

Height 33.5in./ 85cm. 

Width 46.50in. 

Depth 22.25in./ 56.5cm.


Literature. Henry Hill had workshops in Marlborough from around

1740 until his death in 1778. He had major clients both in London and the country including Lord Deleval, the 9th. Duke of Somerset and many more.

Two similar commodes illustrated in “Catalogue of Commodes, The Lady Lever Art Gallery” by Lucy Wood, page 71 and 73, plates 56 and 60.


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