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@ 2010-01-21 17:12:00

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Комоды- 17-19век


Редкая картинка- краснодеревщик с эскизом и клиент. A Cabinet-Maker's office. 1770

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Place of origin:Siena (made)
Date:1469-1475 (made)
Artist/Maker:Francesco di Giorgio (workshop of, painter)
Landi, Neroccio de' (workshop of, painter)

Place of origin:Tuscany (made)
Date:1561-1569 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Walnut with some later elements of chestnut or oak, partly gilded

Place of origin:London (made)
Date:1720 (made)



Venice. Circa 1690.

Christmas Gerard, cabinetmaker and merchant-draper, active between 1710 and 1736.
inlaid brass and red tortoiseshell and ebony, adorned with ormolu. The tree frame is rectangular and has front rounded amounts.
Paris, Louis XIV, circa 1710


French (Paris); about 1710
Pine veneered with parquetry of kingwood; gilt bronze mounts. Slab of Campan melangé marble

French (Paris); about 1710


Probably Mainz. Circa 1720.

Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:ca. 1730 (made)
Artist/Maker:Saunier, Jean-Charles (possibly, repairer)

Mainz. Circa 1750.

London. Circa 1770.

Venetian. Circa 1760.

Place of origin:Dublin (made)
Date:1775 (made)
Artist/Maker:Moore, William (probably, cabinet-maker)

Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:1774 (made)
Artist/Maker:Joubert, Gilles (probably, maker)

Place of origin:London (probably, made)
Date:ca. 1765 (made)
Artist/Maker:Langlois, Pierre (probably, maker)

Pierre Langlois (active 1759-1767) must have trained in one of the best Paris marquetry workshops, possibly that of Jean-Fran‡ois Oeben (1721-1763).

Place of origin:England (possibly, made)
Germany (possibly, made)
Date:ca. 1760 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Marquetry of various woods with ormolu mounts

Rare Roman comfortable curved veneer of exotic wood on bottom of box. It opens with two drawers without crosses. The decoration inlaid with stylized branches, flowers, foliage, fruit and rockery. It rests on four curved legs. The top plate consisting of alabaster mounted on volcanic stone, the whole is surrounded by a talus in ormolu. Entries lock and hooves in ormolu. Rome, circa 1760

Commode Louis XV. Paris, circa 1760.

Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:ca. 1780 (made)
Artist/Maker:Cramer, Mathieu-Guillaume (maker)

Pair of comfortable curved wooden painted white to cream A gilded. They open a drawer belt and four folding doors (two on three open drawers). Decor Corinthian capitals, fencing, medallions, portraits, flowers ... Gray marble top .. Period: Germany, circa 1770. Provenance: a castle in the duchy of Limburg.

---------------------Louis XV Style---------------------------------

French Mid 19th Century Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted and Tulipwood Marquetry Bombe' Two-Drawer Commode with Marble Top, After a model by Jean Baptiste Hedouin (French, 1738-1783). Circa: Paris, 1860.

A Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted and Parquetry Inlaid Commode, surmounted by a serpentine veined marble top, the conforming case of bombe outline, fitted with deep drawers flanked by a winged caryatid and enclosed cupboard to either side, applied with foliate and C-scroll encadrements, raised on cabriole legs ending in sabots.

French, Circa 1860.

Paris, circa 1750 Louis XV era Stamped twice "Rubestuck JME" and the Schlossstempel the "Chateauneuf-sur-Loire"

Belle Époque Louis XY Style commode
Artist : François Linke (1855-1946)

Technique : Marquetry

An Important Pair of Louis XV Style Gilt Bronze Mounted Kingwood Marble Top Commodes by François Linke. The serpentine marble tops above conforming bombe cases set with three drawers with scrolling foliate encadrement, the corners mounted with male and female espagnolettes, on splayed legs with shell capped scrolled sabots. Designed circa 1891, these commodes formed part of the furnishings of Linke's private apartment at the Quai Henri IV, on the right bank of the Seine in Paris.


Convenient half-moon in richly carved wood and silver gray. Piedmont Italy 19th century

Commode Louis XV. Paris, circa 1760.

Louis XV Style Ormolu-Mounted Kingwood and Parquetry Médailler Commode À Vantaux, After a model Designed by the Slodtz Brothers and executed by Antoine Gaudreaux, Circa: 1880


Louis XV Style Ormolu-Mounted Mahogany Commode a Vantaux, Attributed to François Linke, with a Bréche d'Alep marble top above

Louis XV Style Ormolu-Mounted Mahogany Commode a Vantaux, Attributed to François Linke, with a Bréche d'Alep marble top above

Louis XV Style Ormolu-Mounted Mahogany Commode a Vantaux, Attributed to François Linke, with a Bréche d'Alep marble top above

A French 19th Century Louis XV Style Ormolu-Mounted Marquetry Commode with Breche Violette Marble Top, After a Model by J.H. Reisner. Circa 1880

French 19th Century Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany and Fruitwood Marquetry Commode Attributed to Wassmus Freres. Circa: 1860

One of a matched pair of perspectival inlaid commodes inspired by the designs of Cristoforo and Lorenzo Canozi da Lendinara.
Rolo. Last Quarter Of The Eighteenth Century.

French, 1800-60, painted, 80/1868

French, 1800-60, painted, 80/1868


A Very Fine and Important French 19th Century Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany and Fruitwood Marquetry Commode Attributed to Wassmus Frers after a model by ébeniste, Jean-Henri Riesener (1734-1806). Circa: Paris, 1860

--------------------------Louis XVI style---------------------------------

Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted, Mahogany and Fruitwood Marquetry
Armorial Commode with Marble Top, After a model by J.H. Riesener. Circa: Paris, 1880

Louis XVI style commode
Signature – Mark - Stamp : No
Technique : Marquetry

Louis XVI style commode
Signature – Mark - Stamp : No
Technique : Marquetry

Dresser with three rows of drawers, fully inlaid; ressault to the artery and Framework for bronze. The Parisian model has inspired a generation of cabinet under Louis XIV


Half moon ormolu mounted and rosewood marquetry Commode with two large drawers. This commode is a replica by "Maison Rinck" of the one delivered by Jean Francois Leleu (1729-1807) for Marie Antoinette in the Chateau de Versailles.

Milan. Circa 1795.

Commode d'encoignure, Paris around 1780. Period Louis XVI.


Very Fine French Palatial 19th/20th Century Louis XVI Style Mahogany and Finely Chased Ormolu Mounted "Marie Antoinette" Medallion Commode, After a model by Benneman & Stökel, The gilt-bronze panels after Clodion. Circa: 1900

A Very Fine French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Ormolu-Mounted & Marquetry Fontainebleau Commode with a Brèche Violette Marble Top, After a Model by Jean-Henri Riesener (1734-1806). Circa 1880.

A Very Fine French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Kingwood, Satinwood and Mahogany Parquetry and Marquetry Commode with a Brèche d'alep Marble Top. The center door with a floral and a bee marquetry plaque, the corners with gilt-bronze decorations allegorical to music, urns, accanthus and ribbons. The apron drawer centered with an ormolu mask amongst floral cornucopias and floral motifs. Circa: Paris, 1870

French Napoleon III gilt bronze mounted and marquetry meuble d'appui à hauteur
Circa: Last quarter 19th century

-------------------------Chest of drawers, commode-secrétaire------------------------

Commode, Cabinet
Place of origin:London (made)
Date:1740-1746 (made)
Artist/Maker:Flitcroft, Henry (probably, designer)
Hallett, William (maker)
Boson, John (possibly, carver)

Chest of drawers, commode-secrétaire
Place of origin:paris (possibly, made)
Date:ca. 1780 (made)
Artist/Maker:Mewesen, Pierre-Harry (possibly, maker)


Commode, Chest of drawers
Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:ca. 1770-1775 (made)
Artist/Maker:Vandercruse, Roger (designer and maker)
Materials and Techniques:Veneered in trellis and floral marquetry of tulipwood and other woods, on a carcase of oak and pine, set with gilt-bronze mounts, the top set with a slab of Spanish brocatelle marble


Japanese lacquer became popular with the richest collectors in France from the end of the 17th century. By the middle of the 18th century fashionable cabinet-makers had seen its potential as a material that could be used to decorate modern pieces such as this commode (a decorative chest of drawers).

Corner cupboard
Chippendale, Thomas ...

The cabinetmaker Thomas Chippendale supplied this cabinet to his friend and patron, the great actor David Garrick (1717–70). It was to go in Garrick’s villa on the bank of the River Thames at Hampton, Surrey. For the furniture of their villa, Mr and Mrs Garrick chose a light-hearted painted style, with Chinoiserie, or Chinese-style, decorations. This cabinet was for their bedroom.

English. Circa 1735.

Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:1750-1760 (made)
Artist/Maker:Vanrisamburgh, Bernard II (maker)
Materials and Techniques:Veneered with panels of Japanese lacquer, the borders japanned, on an oak carcase, with gilt-bronze mounts and a griotte d'Italie marble slab

Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:ca. 1750 (made)
Artist/Maker:Vanrisamburgh, Bernard II (attributed, designer and maker)

Transition comfortable rosewood and lacquer from Japan. It opens with six drawers. These drawers are those of a Japanese firm. They are painted in gold on black background, decorated with hills, trees and pagodas. Stamped: IC SAUNIER, for Jean Charles Saunier, received Master in 1743

Place of origin:paris (made)
Date:1760-1765 (made)
Artist/Maker:Baumhauer, Joseph (maker)
Darnault, Charles (possibly, commissioned by)
Materials and Techniques:Oak, Japanese laquer, painted, gilt bronze, marble


A Fine Louis XVI Style Rosewood and Ebonised, Ormolu Mounted Lacquered Commode à Vantaux by Paul Sormani. The breakfront Breche Violette marble top above a frieze drawer and a cupboard door flanked by fluted pilasters on toupie feet.French, Circa 1870.

French, Circa 1870.

Louis XV Style Coromandel Lacquer Commode 19 век
Coromandel lacquer, named after the Coromandel Coast of India through which it passed on its way to European markets, was originally made only in China. The complicated technique involved incising a decorative pattern into the deep lacquer surface and then colouring the incised lacquer areas, creating a relief pattern in reverse. Originally, in oriental lacquer, the cutting of the lacquer surface would reveal coloured layers of lacquer beneath, depending on the depth of the incision.

An Extraordinary Fine Palatial French Louis XV Style 19th Century Coromandel Chinnoiserie Lacquer and Finely Chased Gilt-Bronze Mounted Two Drawer Serpentine Commode with Marble Top, by Alfred Emmanuel Louis Beurdeley (French, 1847-1919). Circa: 1880

A Fine French Louis XV Style Ebonized and Painted Chinoiserie Style and Figural Ormolu Mounted Two-Drawer Commode with Marble Top. Circa: Paris, 1900's.

A French 19th Century Louis XV Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Chinoisserie-Marquetry Commode with a Veined White Marble top, By and Stamped: P. Bernard, Ebeniste. Circa: 1870. P. Bernard was a noted ebeniste in Paris from 1856-1876.

Lacquer Commode.
Dutch, circa 1730, with English decoration, circa 1815.

Lacquer Commode.
Dutch, circa 1730

---------------------19 век--------------------------

An Extraordinary French 19th Century Finely Chased Gilt-Bronze Mounted Marquetry and Parquetry Commode with Sarancolin Marble top, by Guillaume Grohé, Paris, Circa: 1870

Asking price 300,000 €

Stockholm. Circa 1810.

Place of origin:paris (probably, made)
Date:1820-1830 (made)
Materials and Techniques:Mahogany veneered on oak and poplar, with lacquered brass mounts and a white marble top


Fruitwood Veneered Commode
Artist : Grohé Frères
Technique : Marquetry
Period of creation : 1870
Country of creation : France

Fruitwood Veneered Commode

Fruitwood Veneered Commode

Art Deco Dresser

---------------------Редкие комоды----------------------------

----------------------Комод-кабинет с секретами----------

Place of origin:Neuwied (made)
Date:1776-1779 (made)
Artist/Maker:Roentgen, David (workshop of, maker)
Zick, Januarius (probably, designer)
Kinzing, Peter (possibly, locksmith)

This commode, or decorative chest of drawers, has many small secret drawers, some fitted with mirrors and compartments. Although it would have been used as a dressing table, it was chiefly made as an object to inspire admiration and envy.
The German cabinetmaker David Roentgen, whose workshop designed and made this piece, was famous throughout Europe in the 18th century. He prided himself on extremely complex locking mechanisms and startling gadgetry that might fling open several drawers at the turn of a single key. He was also famous for very refined marquetry. Unlike most makers of the time he did not use hot sand to shade wood or engraving tools to add fine detail to his designs: every detail, including shadows and fine shading, was carried out in different coloured woods.



Chests of drawers
Title : convenient rosewood
Artist : Alfred Beurdeley

Period of creation : 19th century
Country of creation : France


--------------------------Русский малахитовый комод--------------------------

A stunning and rare bombe commode veneered entirely with malachite. Malachite, a rare and quite extravagant semi-precious stone, was favored by Russian nobility and often adorned significant objects and furnishings of the Czar's palaces. In fact, the Hermitage Collection includes what is known as the Malachite Room, which houses some of the most remarkable examples of malachite furniture. A commode such as this, with its grand decoration, would certainly have been made for a palace or other royal residence for the lavish and wealthy Russian aristocratic market. Excellent condition.

Circa 1860

The Malachite Room of the Winter Palace was used as an official drawing-room of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, wife of Czar Nicholas I. The embellishment of the room includes columns, pilasters, fireplace trimmings and decorative vases made of malachite in the "Russian mosaic" technique. The display includes works of applied art made of malachite in the early 19th century as well as small cupboards decorated with mosaic panels. Exquisite malachite furnishings seldom find their way outside of the confines of museum collections such as the Hermitage. The opportunity to acquire a grand example, exhibiting the characteristics of royal patronage, is rare.



Это комод френда [info]stankatz @lj , дизайнера из Латвии- квинтэссенция "пузатых" комодов барокко:

--------------Вот так рождаются такие суперсложные вещи:


Его же комод-кабинет -chest-o-drawers, он уже на многих сайтах по дизайну есть.

Его ЖЖ:

---------------Для юмора-еще один пример современного дизайна:

From the UK, O'Hare & D'Jafer were at ICFF showing ultra decorative, patterned pieces. Traditional materials used in unusual ways is one of the hallmarks of their style - a marquetry chest shown in front of a matching wood panel


A Cabinet-Maker's office
Place of origin:Britain (made)
Date:ca. 1770 (made)
The painting shows a cabinet-maker pointing to a design for a commode and bookcase which has been coloured for presentation to a client. He is leaning on the bookkeeper's desk, which supports the order book and various account books. The figure to the right, pen in hand, is probably the bookkeeper. The simple panelled room contains a desk, stool and plain bookcase for housing the records of the cabinet-maker's business. Only a substantial business, such as that managed by Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779), would require a full-time book-keeper.

Старинные кабинеты, секретеры, бюро-ТУТ

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