21 June 2012
A SET OF SIX LOUIS XVI GREY-PAINTED CHAISES EN CABRIOLET
BY PIERRE BERNARD, CIRCA 1775
Each with a molded horseshoe-shaped back and slightly bow-fronted seat covered in brown suede leather, raised on turned, tapered, stop-fluted legs, one stamped P. BERNARD to the front seat rail (6)
Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, New York, 5 May 1977, lot 180.
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