27 October 2015
A GEORGE III CREAM-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT ARMCHAIR
The foliate-carved back and outscrolled arms filled with latticework, above a caned drop-in seat and lattice-incised apron centered by a shell, on straight legs
The Rogers Fund, 1931.
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