A commode, commode with legs, or commode on legs is any of several pieces of
furniture. The word commode comes from the French word for "convenient" or ...
Type of furniture resembling the English chest of drawers, in use in France in the
late 17th century. Most commodes had marble tops, and some were fitted with ...
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A French commode is a low cabinet or chest of drawers, often with elaborate ... It
was well on its way to becoming the humble, yet useful piece of furniture that it ...
The term commode
can either refer to a chest of drawers, which was its earliest use in France, or to a toilet which was an additional use given to it in Victorian England in the 19th century.
They had elaborate decoration, with a bombe shape and topped with marble.
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The furniture made in France in the 18th century is arguably among the finest
ever made—and commodes were literal showpieces for the splendid techniques
commode. (kəˈməʊd). n. 1. (Furniture) a piece of furniture, usually highly
ornamented, containing drawers or shelves. 2. (Furniture) a bedside table with a
Baker The Laura Kirar Collection L'eau Commode - The L'eau Commode is
crafted from hardwood solids and decorated in walnut veneers. The commode
top is ...
a low cabinet or similar piece of furniture, often highly ornamental, containing
drawers or shelves. 2. a stand or cupboard containing a chamber pot or