7 May 2008
A PAIR OF SCOTTISH GEORGE IV WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT DINING CHAIRS
CIRCA 1825, ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM TROTTER
With pierced anthemion splats and cane seats on sabre legs, with some ash rails, redecorated (2)
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William Trotter, who came from a line of cabinetmakers, joined the Edinburgh family business of Young & Trotter in 1805 and worked from various addresses until his death in 1833.
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