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Formerly at St. Gile's House, Dorset, this commode has been attributed to several London cabinetmakers, including Chippendale, but its maker remains unknown. The top, a modern replacement, was originally veneered with pictorial marquetry.

Commode, Pine and oak veneered with satinwood, tulipwood, ash, thuya and other woods, ivory; gilt bronze, British

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