Italian, Piedmont, possibly Turin

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In Piedmont, an elaborate version of French Neoclassical furniture became fashionable during the last decades of the eighteenth century. With its rectilinear design and classically inspired ornament, the commode has retained a trace of Rococo frivolity.

Commode, Painted poplar, gesso, brass, with imitation marble top, Italian, Piedmont, possibly Turin

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