23 April 2009
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
(LOTS 1 -37)
A SET OF FOUR REGENCY MAHOGANY AND BRASS-INLAID DINING-CHAIRS
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
Each with curved tablet toprail, inlaid with scrolling foliage on a rosewood panel, above a shaped horizontal splat and padded drop-in seat covered in brown leather, on sabre legs
32½ in. (82.5 cm.) high; 18¼ in. (46.5 cm.) wide; 20 in. (51 cm.) deep (4)
Sir Edward Bates, 1st Bt. (d. 1896), Gyrn Castle, Llanasa, North Wales; and by descent until sold Christie's, 'The Gyrn Castle Sale, North Wales, Property from Gyrn Castle, Nantlys, Mostyn Hall and Capesthorne Hall', Llanasa, North Wales, 17 July 2006, lot 152.
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