7 April 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 3,000
Estimate USD 3,000 - USD 5,000
A PAIR OF FRENCH GREY-PAINTED CHILD'S FAUTEUILS EN CABRIOLET
PROBABLY 19TH CENTURY
Each oval-molded padded back flanked by curved padded arms with molded handrests above a serpentine-fronted seat with loose cushion, and molded apron flanked by rosette blocks on tapering stop-fluted legs terminating in toupie feet, each chair stamped to underside of back seatrail I. CHENEAUX (probably spurious) (2)
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R. Collison, 'The Shaughnessy Legacy', City and Country Home, November 1988, p. 103.
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