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PROPERTY OF A LADY TOGETHER WITH LOTS 138, 450, 452, 480, 486 AND 487.

A gilt-bronze mounted, kingwood and parquetry commode stamped Delaître
early Louis XV, circa 1735
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411

PROPERTY OF A LADY TOGETHER WITH LOTS 138, 450, 452, 480, 486 AND 487.

A gilt-bronze mounted, kingwood and parquetry commode stamped Delaître
early Louis XV, circa 1735
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Details & Cataloguing

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A gilt-bronze mounted, kingwood and parquetry commode stamped Delaître
early Louis XV, circa 1735
of serpentine bombé form with a mottled red and white marble top, above two short and two long drawers; mounts regilt
80cm. high, 145cm. wide, 72cm. deep; 2ft. 7½in., 4ft. 9in., 2ft. 4¼in.
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Provenance

By repute formerly in the collection of Lord Vestey

Catalogue Note

Louis Delaître received master 1738. He had a reputation for being an excellent ébéniste and produced furniture in his workshop in Rue Saint-Nicolas which at the beginning of Louis XV`s reign was still very much in the Régence style.

For comparison, see another commode by Delaître sold Christie`s Paris, Important Mobilier et Objets D`Art,  19th December 2007, lot 268.

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