21 November 2008
A LOUIS XV GILTWOOD BERGERE
STAMPED 'C.SENE', MID-18TH CENTURY
With an arched crestrail centered by flowers, with further flowers to the corners, with padded, outsplayed arms, with a loose seat cushion, all covered in raspberry, green and white floral silk, with a flower-centered serpentine seatrail, on flower-headed cabriole legs
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Claude I Sené, maître in 1743.
Please note the chairs is stamped 'G. SENE' not 'C. SENE'
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