24 - 25 June 2014
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AN ENGLISH MAHOGANY TRIPLE-CHAIRBACK SETTEE,
19TH CENUTRY, POSSIBLY INCORPORATING 18TH CENTURY ELEMENTS,
with Prince-of-Wales feather carved splats above a yellow and blue cut-velvet upholstered bowed seat, restorations and replacements
69in. (175cm.) wide
With Frank Partridge, London.
William Lever, 1st Viscount Leverhulme (1851-1925), Thornton Manor, Merseyide, acquired from the above in 1919.
Thence by descent at Thornton Manor.
Anonymous sale [The Late Right Honorable Viscount Leverhulme]; Sotheby's, London, 22 March 2002, lot 148.
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