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In the manner of THOMAS CHIPPENDALE (1718-1779)

Pair of George III Mahogany Chairs

1760 to 1780 England

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Pair of George III Mahogany Chairs

A fabulous pair of George III mahogany chairs in original ‘country house’ condition. The carved cresting rail is decorated with sweeping softly carved acanthus leaves and centred by a cartouche. The splat of typical design after Thomas Chippendale is beautifully decorated in a mirrored fashion of, columns, arches, French curves, scrolls and acanthus leaves, flowing down to a gadroon carved shoe. The drop in seats are traditionally upholstered in fine silk damask

Condition

Original untouched surface with a patinated wax finish

Provenance

Private collection Salisbury

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Dimensions
H 38 in. x W 21 in. x D 18 in.
H 96.52 cm x W 53.34 cm x D 45.72 cm

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