20 November 2009
A SET OF SIX NORTH EUROPEAN FLORAL-PAINTED SIDE CHAIRS
Each with a shield shaped back above a green velvet seat on sabre legs, some restoration to decoration, three chairs with labels underneath 'E.R.II, Buckingham Palace, L.C.D.', inscribed in ink 'Prince Michael' with further Kent family ownership labels
37 in. (94 cm.) high (6)
Buckingham Palace, London and by descent.
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The storage label was applied by the Lord Chamberlain's Department, when the chair was stored at Buckingham Palace.
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