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Attributed to Jean-Pierre Latz (French, about 1691 - 1754)
Paris, France (Place created)
1745 to 1749
Oak and poplar veneered with bloodwood; walnut drawers; gilt-bronze mounts; fleur de pêcher marble top
87.6 × 151.5 × 65.1 cm (34 1/2 × 59 5/8 × 25 5/8 in.)
The "wave pattern" of the wood
Although the commode is not stamped with a cabinetmaker's name, scholars are certain that it was made by Jean-Pierre Latz because his stamp was found on a commode of the same design in the Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome. That commode was part of a group of furniture that the French princess Louise-Elisabeth, elder daughter of