Pair of Small Antique Empire Period Mahogany Commodes, Leipzig (Germany) 1795
Beautiful pair of commodes, mahogany veneer on pinewood.
Attributed to Friedrich Gottlob Hoffmann (1741 - 1806), a furniture maker in Leipzig at the end of the 18th century.
Top and drawers are separated by a frieze, composed of alternating boxwood and rosewood veneer rectangles.
Compare an exhibition about F. P. Hoffmann at the Grassi Museum in Leipzig.
The commodes will be directly shipped from Germany. The costs for standard shipping and handling are included.
WIDTH: 26.8 in | HEIGHT: 31.1 in | DEPTH: 18.1 in
Shipping Estimate: $350 | White glove
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CONDITION: professionally restored