Wuerzburg Baroque Commode - around 1760 - probably from the Workshop of Johann Georg Oegg (1703-1782)




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


around 1760

With this courtly chest of drawers with elaborate

carved frame and elegantly curved

front, the fittings harmonise perfectly with the

the selected veneer pattern from walnut and

Masernut wood. Comparably crafted furniture

are located in the Main Franconian Museum in

Würzburg. The high quality, open-worked

Bronze fittings probably originate from the

Workshop of Johann Georg Oegg (1703-1782), since

1733 prince-bishop court locksmith. Oegg manufactured

not only ornamental grids and gates for the courtyard garden

and the outer front, but carried with artful

Wall and ceiling chandeliers, fireplace grills

and fittings also play a decisive role in interior decoration

to the residence.

Height 85 cm, width 118 cm, depth 68 cm.



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