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A LOUIS XV CREAM-PAINTED CANAPE
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE MANHATTAN RESIDENCE (LOTS 186-187)
A LOUIS XV CREAM-PAINTED CANAPE

BY ETIENNE MEUNIER, MID-18TH CENTURY

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A LOUIS XV CREAM-PAINTED CANAPE
BY ETIENNE MEUNIER, MID-18TH CENTURY
With a floral-carved back above incurved sides and similarly-carved seat rails and feet, upholstered in pale blue velvet, stamped E MEVNIER to center of inside of rear seat rail and inscribed in red paint EE-9
46 in. (117 cm.) wide
Provenance
Almost certainly Henry Ford II, Detroit.

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Lot Essay

Almost certainly from the Collection of Henry Ford II, whose collection bears identical red-painted numbers, much of which was subsequently sold at Sotheby's New York, 25 February 1978 and Sotheby's New York, 26 January 1991.

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