4 October 2001
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STOOL
With a rectangular hinged seat covered in nailed and tufted red-stripped chenille, flanked by rounded ends, each with a panel below a shell on the front, flanking a pair of Gothic panels, on a plinth base, previously a commode-stool
23½ in. (60 cm.) high; 37½ in. (95.5 cm) wide; 23¾ in. (60 cm.) deep
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A very similar bergere with the same double-panelled front and possibly originally a commode chair, was sold anonymously, in these Rooms, 5 April 2001, lot 52.
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