Kentshire to exhibit the Ragley Hall Commodes at the International Fine Art and Antiques Dealers Show, October 25th-31st
A highly important pair of George III gilt-metal mounted coromandel lacquer veneered and japanned commodes attributed to Pierre Langlois will be exhibted by Kentshire at the International Fine Art and Antiques Dealers Show, October 25th-31st. The pair is of serpentine form, with variously decorated lacquer panels depicting oriental scenes of ladies and children within a courtyard of large pavilions, flowering plants, and rockwork, with ormolu mounts. One of a pair of the Ragley Hall commodesKentshire The Ragley Hall commodes were commissioned by the Earl of Hertford during the decoration of Ragley in the late 1750s and early 1760s. The commodes
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