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French Commode with Salmon Marble
France. Circa 1880.
Created at the end of the 19th century in the fashion of 100 years prior, this commode employs a fascinating mahogany referred to as “plum pudding” because of its wild, undulating grain. Attractively trimmed in brass and topped with a lively salmon marble, this commode features unique proportions that make it a little boxier than its period cousins, thus offering a classic look in a modern shape.
H: 34", W: 35", D: 20.25"
Antique chest of drawers, Marble top, France, BDI 231
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