This graceful and elegant Biedermeier commode from ca. 1880 represents another exceptional piece from our collection.
It has origins in Scandinavia and features a mahogany veneer constructed from coniferous and deciduous wood. The front panel takes on a pyramidal mahogany shape with its sides and certain elements created from a different type of deciduous wood with a mahogany tint.
The outside surface of the commode has been hand-coated with a shellac high-quality polish with faded pores. The piece’s interior has an opaque hue, with colors that have been preserved from before the piece was fully renovated, a feature evident from the texture of the wood’s beautiful natural grain.
The commode has a sturdy, elliptical top surface and holds four drawers: three deep drawers curved slightly inward, and one narrow drawer with a wavy façade. The drawers are extendable and decorated with brass cover plates.
The commode rests on four legs in the form of plinths.
This commode delights viewers with its incredible simplicity, and together with its elegance and chic will undoubtedly prove to be a gem in the collection of its future owner.
Despite its age, the commode has been preserved in an exceptional state with only a few traces of wear accumulated through decades of use. We hope that its value will be appreciated by many customers.
The AUTHENTICITY of the commode (period of manufacture, type of wood used) has been certified by an experienced specialist of vintage and antique furniture.
The company “Antique Beauty” displays an ISSUER’S CERTIFICATE on each item in its inventory which authenticates its legal origin and approximate date and place of manufacture.