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view 2006am5814 jpg s Ancellet, Denis Louis FWK Bequeathed by John Jones 1784-12-31 1775-01-01 ca. 1780 (made) Three-tiered set of standing corner shelves, of solid and veneered mahogany, set with gilt-bronze... Weight: 22 kg, Height: 89.5 cm, Width: 41.5 cm Acquired by John Jones before 1882 377 2014-08-29T19:19:57.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:57.000Z 48.856918 In Storage 2.34121 Mahogany, marble, gilt bronze, porphyry Solid and veneered mahogany, with gilt-bronze mounts, the shelves of grey Bardiglietto marble, the top of green porphyry 1092A-1882 10921882 O11862 Corner shelf Paris 2006AM5814 Small sets of standing corner shelves, known as encoignures à jours (‘open corner shelves’), had... 3 corner-shelf-ancellet-denis-louis 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z cabinet making, cast, veneered, chased, gilded 1784 1775 view
view 2011ey5051 jpg s Vile, William FWK Purchased with the assistance of the Brigadier Clark Fund through The Art Fund 1764-12-31 1762-01-01 about 1762-1764 (made) Commode of serpentine form, in mahogany with grilles of lacquered brass. Height: 88.9 cm, Depth: 73 cm, Width: 153,5 cm Rococo Art and Design in Hogarth's England (Victoria & Albert Museum 30/09/1984-31/12/2005) Furniture, room 135 The commode is a form of furniture that was developed in France in the late seventeenth-century.... This commode was bought from Mrs Olive Joan Fortescue in 1977, using funds from the Brigadier... 64037 COMMODE ENGLISH; about 1760 Mahogany with ormolu mounts Thought to have been made for George... 2014-08-29T23:30:20.000Z 2014-08-29T23:30:20.000Z 51.506321 Furniture, room 135, case BY11, shelf EXP -0.12714 'Travels', triple-underlined, in ballpoint pen, on two paper labels Mahogany, Oak, brass, softwood Solid and veneered mahogany, on a carcase of softwood and oak; with lacquered brass mounts and an open trellis of lacquered engraved brass lined with silk (the silk not original) W.32:1-1977 w321977 O53100 Commode 1 <u>Design</u> A low-slung serpentine, two-door commode, veneered in mahogany and elaborately... London 2011EY5051 Attributed to William Vile on the analogy of a related commode in the Royal Collection, which was... This is one of the most magnificent English examples of the commode form (a low chest of drawers... 3 VA commode-vile-william 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1764 1762 view