Commode "à l'anglaise" in mahogany and mahogany veneer, half-moon shape, opening with two drawers in length with hidden support rail, topped by a narrow drawer forming a belt with the sides opening with drawers by concealed pushers. This piece of furniture is flanked by two floors with marble bottom surrounded by a gallery of interlacing and a ribbon with gilded bronze tassels.
Framed with gilded bronze beads, front and side uprights with protrusion, rounded and fluted, fluted feet, white marble top with cavet. Entrances of locks, handles of pulling, rings and sabots in chased and gilded bronze.
Louis XVI period, stamped by the master cabinetmaker Fidelys Schey, master on February 5, 1777, died in 1788.
Very good state of conservation.