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    Louis XVI commode with Japanese Lacquer panels and marble top


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    Materials: oak frame veneered with satin, rosewood, sycamore, maple wood and amaranth
    Period: Ca 1790
    Measurements: 95 cm H x 145 cm W x 60 cm D


    A Louis XVI commode with in the center a large Japanese lacquer panel with the image of a phoenix in flight soaring over an oriental landscape with pagoda. This panel is flanked by two panels with each a round Japanese lacquer panels with flower and foliage decoration. These round panels are framed with bows executed in maple wood.

    The phoenix is a mythological creature who, when it has reached the end of its lifecycle, will build itself a nest and set it aflame. Burning both the nest and itself. From the ashes a new young phoenix is born. The phoenix represents rebirth, transformation and strength.


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