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Commode - Wikipedia


A commode is any of several pieces of furniture. The word commode comes from the French word for "convenient" or "suitable", which in turn comes from the ...

Is a Commode a Chest of Drawers or a Toilet? - Furniture - About.com


The word "commode" causes some confusion. Some people use commode as a euphemism for toilet. But it's also used to describe a chest of drawers. So what's ...

Antique and Vintage Commodes and Chests of Drawers - 8,259 For ...


8259 results ... Shop commodes and chests of drawers and other antique and modern storage pieces from the world's best furniture dealers. Global shipping ...

Marble Top Commode: Furniture | eBay


Find great deals on eBay for Marble Top Commode in Antique Cabinets and Cupboards from the 1800s. Shop with confidence.

commode | furniture | Britannica.com


Oct 6, 2010 ... Commode, type of furniture resembling the English chest of drawers, in use in France in the late 17th century. Most commodes had marble tops, ...

Antique French Furniture: Louis XV and Louis XVI French Commodes


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  ...

French Furniture in the Eighteenth Century: Case Furniture | Essay ...


The ébénistes were responsible for veneered and marquetried case furniture such as tables, cabinets, and commodes or chests of drawers, one of the popular  ...

Commode | Define Commode at Dictionary.com


Commode definition, a low cabinet or similar piece of furniture, often highly ornamental, containing drawers or shelves. See more.

What's a Louis-Philippe commode? - Slate


Dec 2, 2005 ... The word comes from French, where the adjective "commode" means " convenient" or "agreeable," and the noun refers to a piece of furniture ...

Commode by Stately Homes - 5270 | Baker Furniture


A superb Chippendale chinoiserie gold and black lacquer commode, the shaped top decorated with a scene of wildlife and pagodas.