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Commode Attributed to John Mayhew (British, 1736–1811) Maker: Attributed to William Ince (British, active ca. 1758/59–1794, died 1804) Date: ca. 1770–80 Culture: British Medium: Pine carcase, veneered with satinwood, kingwood, holly, rosewood and other woods; gilt-bronze mounts; Siena marble slab

Desk. Designer: Mervyn Macartney (1853–1932). Manufacturer: Made by W. Hall for Kenton and Co. (London, 1890–1892). Date: 1891. Medium: Mahogany veneered on the exterior with Macassar ebony, silver plated brass knobs; silver molding with London Hallmarks for 1891

Side table Probably after a design by John Yenn (British, London (?) 1750–1821 London) Date: ca. 1780 Culture: British Medium: Carved, painted and gilded pine and mahogany; gilt bronze and gilt copper

Slant-top desk. Jean-François Hache (fils, called Hache l'ainé) (1730–1801/2). Date: ca. 1760–65. Culture: French (Grenoble). Medium: Walnut, kingwood and various marquetry woods, some stained