A French mahogany and rosewood commode from the 18th century with white marble top, fine details and bookmatched veneer. Add elegance and sophistication to your home with this stunning French mahogany and rosewood commode from the 18th century. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this commode showcases the timeless beauty and fine craftsmanship of the period.
Topping the commode is a rectangular white veined marble top, 1.2" thick, with protruding corners that add a touch of refinement to the piece. The natural beauty of the marble complements the rich tones of the wood, creating a harmonious visual contrast.
The perfectly organized facade of the commode features three drawers, with the top drawer being slightly more narrow. The drawers showcase exquisite bookmatched veneer and combine dark and light tones, creating a captivating visual pattern. The linear brass hardware adds a touch of elegance and functionality to the piece.
Fluted and rounded side posts further enhance the commode's aesthetic appeal, adding a sense of depth and texture to the overall design. The sides of the commode also feature bookmatched veneer, and are divided into two sections, maintaining the visual continuity of the piece.
The commode is raised on cylindrical tapering feet, adding a subtle yet graceful element to its design. These feet not only provide stability but also contribute to the overall aesthetic balance of the commode.
This French commode exemplifies the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail that were characteristic of the 18th century. The combination of fine materials, such as mahogany and rosewood, along with the artful arrangement of bookmatched veneer, creates a truly exceptional piece.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 42.75"W x 21"D x 35.25"H
Inventory Number: YY21