Fabled commode of Louis XV features
In the 18th Century, these commodes took the fancy of royalty with their distinctive shape, which represents finesse and artistry of the finest order. This beautiful masterpiece has delicate and restrained carvings with a very deep curve in it's body. The floral flourishes give it almost the feel of a painting.
One of the most precious silhouettes to own in commodes is definitely Bombe, which stands for the swollen from top. The curvilinear form was introduced not only to externals, such as legs and supports, but, in the bombé (rounded sides and front) commodes that first appeared during this period, to the case itself.
Adding a stunning and rare piece to your home not only adds art, but surprisingly functionality along with grace. Commodes are great for the main living room, where you can shelf stunning objets d'art on them. They blend in brilliantly when you have to separate a common living from dining, giving both their own identity.
Suggested dimensions : 40”L x 18”D x 34”H