Description: the later eared rectangular moulded marble top above two drawers sans traverse centred by an oval medallion with military trophies, with shaped apron, on cabriole legs with sabots; stamped G KEMP JME, with ink inscription MNLP avec le marbre
Dimensions: 83cm. high, 83cm. wide, 51cm. deep; 2ft. 8¾in., 2ft. 8¾in., 1ft. 8in.
Condition Report: This commode is in good condition. The bronzes have been overpainted, although this can easily be remedied. The excellent marquetry is in very good condition, with the exception of two shrinking cracks on either side. Ready to place.
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Provenance: Most probably purchased by Arthur Hill-Trevor, 3υrd Viscount Dungannon (1798 – 1862) for 3, Grafton Street, London;
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Moved to Brynkinalt Hall, Denbighshire following his death and thence by descent.