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A FINE GEORGE II 18TH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE PERIOD CARVED MAHOGANY TORCHIERE

Circa 1755-1765, England

£24,400

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A FINE GEORGE II 18TH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE PERIOD CARVED MAHOGANY TORCHIERE, Circa 1755-1765, England

An exquisitely fine and very rare George II mahogany torchiere. It is carved to a tripod base on cabriole legs with acanthus leaves terminating on ball-and-claw feet. The baluster and twist baluster reeded column is finely carved to the base in ‘egg and dart’ form. To the top sits its original gallery with four carved carrying handles.

It should be noted that the condition and patination of this piece is truly exceptional!

Attribution
In the manner of Thomas Chippendale

Condition

Fabulous and original untouched condition

Dimensions

H 33 in. x Dm 11.2 in.
H 83.82 cm x Dm 28.45 cm

Provenance

Private Sussex Collection

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