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    Sale 7806

    Lord St. Helens and Sir William FitzHerbert The Collections of a Diplomat and a Courtier

    22 January 2009, London, King Street

  • Lot 637

    AN GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD MUSIC STOOL

    CIRCA 1820-25, POSSIBLY BY GILLOWS

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    AN GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD MUSIC STOOL
    CIRCA 1820-25, POSSIBLY BY GILLOWS
    The rectangular padded seat upholstered in petit-point floral needlework with moulded seat-rail, on cabriole legs and foliate-scrolled feet, stamped three times 'HH', with batten carrying-holes, original webbing and needlework
    35½ in. (90 cm.) wide


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    This stool is probably the 'music stool in worsted work done by Rebecca Lady Alleyne' listed in the Catalogue of Pictures & Curios at Tissington Hall, 1887, by Ida, daiughter of Sir William FitzHerbert, 4th Bt.

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