bombe commode

I am designing a carved bombe commode in the French provincial style, with three drawers, scrolled legs and a marble top.
I am looking for any info on methods of fabricating this piece. I am interested in designs, especially of the drawer mechanism. Any description, plan would be good, an exploded drawing would be best.
Also, I would appreciate advice on reference sources, books with authentic or reproduction plans or designs. Articles with a step-by-step fabrication process or something closely related.
Thanks,
Sandor
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Check out Jeff Greet's site, there may be some good information on what are doing: http://www.jeffgreefwoodworking.com /
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Fri, Feb 27, 2004, 11:08pm (EST-3) snipped-for-privacy@mindspring.com (Sandor) says: I am designing a carved bombe commode in the French provincial style, with three drawers, scrolled legs and a marble top.<snip>
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