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A Queen Anne Walnut Wing Chair

england , circa 1710

A very fine Queen Anne walnut wing chair of particularly beautiful proportions. Standing on carved cabriole legs and terminating in pad feet. Unusually the rear legs are also elegant and graceful. Upholstered in pale blue silk damask.

Of particularly pleasing proportions, this chair stands very well.

Provenance

Possibly Gregory & Co. Ltd., London 1930s
With Rolleston Ltd., Kensington, London
Private Collection, UK

Stock number

O05.58
Height: 43.31 in (110 cm)
Width: 35.04 in (89 cm)
Depth: 25.98 in (66 cm)
A very fine Queen Anne walnut wing chair of particularly beautiful proportions. Standing on carved cabriole legs and terminating in pad feet. Unusually the rear legs are also elegant and graceful. Upholstered in pale blue silk damask.

Of particularly pleasing proportions, this chair stands very well.
A closely related wing chair with similar carved detail to the legs illustrated in Lanto Synge, Chairs in Colour. Another, possible our chairs,  offered by Gregory & Co. Ltd, Bruton Street illustrated in an undated catalogue (from the 1930s).
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