"French Regence Commode 18th Century, Attributed To A.m Criaerd"Commode tomb of Regency period, curved all sides 18th century. It opens with four drawers in three rows, frieze rosewood frieze frame fir.
This furniture is adorned with a rich ornamentation of gilded bronzes of very high quality: Falls with woman's head, falling handles decorated with rosewood foliage, shell and arabesques foliage on the apron, lock entries '' Rocaille '' .. .
The drawers are separated by a brass groove.
This dresser is topped with a marble called "breach of Sarrancolin" beak corbin.
This commode tombeau looks like a dresser stamped Criaerd (attached photo) cited p. 212 of the book "French furniture of the eighteenth century" Pierre Kjellberg (Editions of the Amateur). Also noteworthy are the identical and high-quality models of the bronze falls with a woman's head and rosettes with foliated handles.
In a perfect state
Parisian work attributed to A. M Criaerd (master receipt April 22, 1747)
Old repair on the right side of the breach
Golden bronzes and lock of origin