18th Century George II Mahogany Corner Chair

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18th Century George II Mahogany Corner Chair

7,650.00

A handsome mid-18th century chair with a moulded curved toprail terminating in carved scrolled arms. Three turned columns support the rail with pierced splats exhibiting ribbons interlacing in-between. The seat is supported by three muscular cabriole legs with fine acanthus carving and ball and claw feet, England, circa 1740.

Provenance: Christie's London Sale 6132, Lot 204, 10 June 1999.

H 31 in. x W 29 in. x D 29 in.

H 78.74 cm x W 73.66 cm x D 73.66 cm

Fine patina. Splats and shoes have been replaced as have three ears. Old repairs to the moulded toprail. Drop seat is modern and requires reupholstering.

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