Charles Chevallier (c.1700-1771),
oak, marble, ormolu & kingwood
890 x 1290 x 640 mm
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Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire (Accredited Museum)
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This 18th century commode occupies a prominent position in the State Bedchamber Room against a pier between the windows, surmounted by a mirror glass.
An 18th century commode designed by Charles Chevallier with four drawers constructed of oak, veneered with kingwood and mounted with ormolu handles, escutcheons and corner mounts chased with flowers, foliage and scrollwork, surmounted by a veined fleur-de-peche marble slab.
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Charles Chevallier (c.1700-1771), , designer