13 - 15 September 2011
A LOUIS XIV WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR
The tall rectangular back and seat covered in 18th Century needlework, partially rewoven, on scrolled legs joined by conforming stretchers, partially re-railed and re-pegged
52 in. (132 cm.) high; 24½ in. (62 cm) wide; 24½ in. (62 cm.) deep
Together with an early 20th century chair of the same design, also covered in 18th century needlework (2)
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M. Hall, 'Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire-II', Country Life, London, 22 August 1991, fig. 6.
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