24 April 2008
A SET OF TWELVE GREEN AND CREAM-PAINTED PARCEL-GILT ARMCHAIRS
BY TOZER OF LONDON, LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY, OF REGENCY STYLE
Each with a scrolled toprail pieced with two ovals and centred by a musical trophy, above a pierced vase-shaped splat, the downswept arms on ring-turned supports, above a caned seat with a green silk squab cushion, on ring-turned tapering splayed legs, one chair with an ivorine label 'TOZER 25, BROOK STREET LONDON, W.1.'
33¼ in. (84.5 cm.) high; 22 in. (56 cm.) wide; 20½ in. (53 cm.) deep (12)
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