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A fine George 111 serpentine mahogany commode of unusual form and in the manner of Henry Hill, the top with an inverted superstructure with two paneled doors opening to reveal an interior of pigeon holes and small drawers, above a sliding top and with four graduated drawers below fitted with swan neck handles, the commode raised on shaped legs.

Circa 1770.

Price: £72,000

Height 43in./ 109cm.

Width 42in./ 105cm.

Depth 24in./ 60cm.

Literature: The above commode with its serpentine corners and shaped apron relates to a distinctive group of commodes by Henry Hill of Marlborough, illustrated in "The Lady Lever Art Gallery, Catalogue of Commodes" by Lucy Wood, see page 71, plate 56 and page 72, plates 57 and 58.


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