13 - 15 September 2011
A FLEMISH WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR
LATE 17TH CENTURY AND LATER
The padded back and seat covered in gros and petit-point needlework depicting Minerva, above a foliate carved apron and legs, with an inventory label 'D1052', the back possibly cut down
46 in. (117 cm.) high; 26 in. (66 cm.) wide; 28 in. (71 cm.) deep
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M. Hall, 'Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire-II', Country Life, London, 22 August 1991, fig. 6.
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