21 - 22 October 2010
A PAIR OF GEORGE II MAHOGANY AND PARCEL-GILT CORNER SOFAS
Each with arched back, part-padded arms and bowed seat covered in cream silk damask, above a shell-and acanthus-carved seat rail, with shell-headed cabriole legs on scroll feet, on leather casters
57 in. (145 cm.) wide (2)
With Bartlett & Collins, 7 West Street, Brighton.
Acquired from the above by The Hon. Sir John Ward, K.C.V.O., probably for Dudley House, London and by descent to
Colonel E.J.S. Ward, M.V.O and by descent until sold; Christie's, London, 4 July 2002, lot 101.
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