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A GEORGE II MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR

england , circa 1750

A fine George II carved mahogany armhair upholstered in period 18th century needlework. The upholstered back of serpentine form, the arms with carved shell scroll terminals above in-curved moulded supports edge with rope carving and acanthus leaf. The seat with serpentine front carved and centred at the front by a ruffle-edge cartouche flanked by acanthus leaves, the sides with complimentary carving. Standing on front cabriole legs headed by shells above pendant leaves and bell flowers, the toes scrolled and carved with acanthus and rope detailed edge, the rear legs similar.

A superb quality chair with exceptionally crisp carving - the period needlework retaining strong original colours.

Stock number

AD.284
Height: 38⁵/₈ in (98 cm)
Width: 27¹/₈ in (69 cm)
Depth: 27¹/₂ in (70 cm)
A fine George II carved mahogany armhair upholstered in period 18th century needlework. The upholstered back of serpentine form, the arms with carved shell scroll terminals above in-curved moulded supports edge with rope carving and acanthus leaf. The seat with serpentine front carved and centred at the front by a ruffle-edge cartouche flanked by acanthus leaves, the sides with complimentary carving. Standing on front cabriole legs headed by shells above pendant leaves and bell flowers, the toes scrolled and carved with acanthus and rope detailed edge, the rear legs similar.

A superb quality chair with exceptionally crisp carving - the period needlework retaining strong original colours.
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