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Louis XVI-Style Fruitwood Commode
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Description
Louis XVI-Style Fruitwood Commode

the case with a bank of three drawers flanked by fluted pilasters, raised on turned tapering circular legs.
h. 31-1/4", w. 46-1/4", d. 20"
Condition
The case is tight and sturdy, and shows no movement at its joints. The surface exhibits normal minor mars and blemishes; the finish is thin in some areas and the top has a shrinkage crack that is about 12" long. Drawers slide freely. All locks present. The key accompanying the piece works to pull the drawer open but does not engage the lock hardware. Drawers are made with machine-crafted dovetails, wire nails, and solid sides and bottoms, suggesting this probably dates to the first half of the 20th century.
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Louis XVI-Style Fruitwood Commode

Estimate $500 - $800
Aug 27, 2022
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Starting Price $250
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0263: Louis XVI-Style Fruitwood Commode

Sold for $1,200
23 Bids
Est. $500 - $800Starting Price $250
NOAG Interiors Auction
Aug 27, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0263 Details

Description
...
Louis XVI-Style Fruitwood Commode

the case with a bank of three drawers flanked by fluted pilasters, raised on turned tapering circular legs.
h. 31-1/4", w. 46-1/4", d. 20"
Condition
...
The case is tight and sturdy, and shows no movement at its joints. The surface exhibits normal minor mars and blemishes; the finish is thin in some areas and the top has a shrinkage crack that is about 12" long. Drawers slide freely. All locks present. The key accompanying the piece works to pull the drawer open but does not engage the lock hardware. Drawers are made with machine-crafted dovetails, wire nails, and solid sides and bottoms, suggesting this probably dates to the first half of the 20th century.

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