A Marquetry Commode attributed to Pierre Langlois was of French Hunguenot Extraction he extraordinarily successful, working for some of the most distinguished patrons in the country. Examples of his work may still be seen in several great country houses, as well as at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. The quality and elaboration of this commode declares a client with no cause to spare expense. English, Circa 1765-70
SECRETARY LUIS XV CYLINDER Secretary cylinder Louis XV inlaid rosewood and amaranth on a solid wood frame with a rich beech decor floral marquetry, traditional French polish. 4 drawers mounted external dovetail. 4 interior drawers mounted in dovetails Inlaid writing surface, the tablet to a length of 71 cm with a depth of 44 cm. Gilt bronze handles.
A Fine Piedmontese 18th century walnut and fruitwood marquetry demi-lune commode. Photo: Bonhams. (1)
Antique French Dresser/Sideboard; Renaissance-Period; Carved Walnut ~ M.S. Rau Antiques
An important and rare pair of mid 18th century Chippendale period rosewood and padouk ormolu mounted bombe commodes attributed to Pierre Langlois, English/ French Hguenot, circa 1760
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Chinoiserie - A George III style fruitwood and chinoiserie vitrine cabinet. Surmounted by a central gilt pagoda over two glazed doors divided by swag mullions. height 7ft 7in; width 4ft 6in; depth 23 1/4in
Thomas Hope. English. Circa 1810.
1685-1700 English Cabinet (shown open) at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1stdibs | Viennese Biedermeier Chest of Extraordinary Quality