1 - 2 April 2015
Property from the Gail-Oxford Collection, sold to benefit The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This lot is offered without a reserve
A QUEEN ANNE MAPLE CORNER CHAIR,
POSSIBLY RHODE ISLAND
31 ¾in. (80.6cm.) high
Jack Farren (1922-1997), Los Angeles, California, 1990
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H.B. Nelson, In Ye Grandest Manner and After Ye Newest Fashion (Long Beach, 2000), np.
Long Beach, California, Long Beach Museum of Art, In Ye Grandest Manner and After Ye Newest Fashion, 24 September - 26 November 2000.
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