21 June 2012
A PAIR OF REGENCE WALNUT AND BEECHWOOD CANED FAUTEUILS
EARLY 18TH CENTURY
Each with caned cartouche back and serpentine seat with a green loose cushion, cabriole legs joined by stretchers, minor replacements, one seatrail with yellow chalk inventory number 54755-x (2)
With French & Company, New York.
Estate of Charles Kriz; Christie's, New York, 16 April 2009, lot 108.
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