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This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

George Hepplewhite
United Kingdom, circa 1775

A Fine and Important Hepplewhite period serpentine mahogany commode / chest with a slight French influence of particular quality and choice of dramatic timbers suggesting a master maker.

Unusually having two deep more useful drawers giving an elegant drawing room appearance with original gilt bronze handles and rarely seen carrying handles to the sides .

Note - Important detail of Norman Adams Label to Inside of Drawer Front

Norman Adams Retail Emporium Hans Crescent opposite Harrods London 

International Art Treasures Exhibiition at the V and A Museum 1962 for similar piece .

Literature: See Page 388 in Norman Adams 18th Century English Furniture for a piece undoubtably the same maker belonging to the Duke of Norfolk

Medium: Wood


Height 87 cm (34.25 in), Width 106 cm (41.73 in), Depth 58 cm (22.83 in)

Condition report

Wonderful country house state with great veneers and colour