Outstanding Commode inspired by Bacchus & Ariadne
One of the finest commodes to have been crafted. This fabulous piece ostentatiously alludes to Greek mythology, celebrates the essence of rococo and easily commands attention to details, which it is rich in.
Pan is the Greek god of the wild, shepherds, rustic music and companion of the nymphs associated with merry making, he follows the cult of Bacchus. And the ram head- his symbol evokes the backdrop and inspiration for the celebration of the qualities of the old.
In the 18th Century, these commodes took the fancy of royalty with their distinctive shape, which represents finesse and artistry of finest order. This extraordinary commode is no less than the finest painting that you might house. Brilliant rococo motifs and flourishes make this piece truly remarkable.
As a standard, this piece will come with a wood top, but marble top can be furnished for you instead at an extra charge.
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.
As for themselves, it is undeniable that they are some of the most beautiful furniture pieces. We suggest adding opulence to even your pantry or walk in closet by utilizing generous sized drawers to stack napkins, cutlery sets, towels etc. After all, why shouldn't every room in your house reflect brilliant art.
Suggested Dimensions :
64"L X 16"D X 28"H
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