This stripped wood commode dates to the early 20th century, and features wonderful carved details in the edges, legs, drawer fronts and the lower skirt and legs. With three ample drawers, this piece would allow plenty of storage, or could be converted to hold a basin for a gorgeous powder room sink. The hardware has developed a rich patina (and a little rust), which only adds to the charm of this classic piece of French furniture. The front legs end in carved swirls and the front skirt features a floral and shell carving at center. The corners and side panels also feature carved details which mimic the same pattern at the edges of each drawer.
The original finish has been stripped from this piece, though some of the color can still be seen inside the drawers and the back of the piece. The handles themselves are beautifully appointed with their floret accents and turned details, accented by oval-shaped escutcheons. Please see all images for the details of this piece.
Commode measures 33.5" H x 21" D x 47.5" W. Three-drawers, each with two handles and ovular escutcheon at center. Locks are present, but no key. Surface wear is present throughout the piece and there is one corner that appears to have either a small crack or the grain has opened up slightly (shown). This piece could be refinished, painted, or left as is.