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A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED WALNUT CHAISES
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED WALNUT CHAISES

CIRCA 1775, THE FABRIC PROBABLY BY TASSINARI & CHATEL, SUPPLIED BY J.P. MOLYNEUX STUDIO

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A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI WHITE-PAINTED WALNUT CHAISES
CIRCA 1775, THE FABRIC PROBABLY BY TASSINARI & CHATEL, SUPPLIED BY J.P. MOLYNEUX STUDIO
Each stamped PILLOT, carved with acanthus leaves and beads, with rounded backrests, with differing upholstery, the BAUVE stamps possibly later applied
Provenance
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, Monaco, 3 December 1994, lot 351 (as a set of four, in undecorated walnut).
Acquired from Perrin, Paris, 1999.

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Lot Essay

The date of Pillot's maîtrise is unknown. He is recorded in Nîmes at the end of the 18th century.

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