28 November 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
A LOUIS XVI MAHOGANY FAUTEUIL DE BUREAU,
ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGES JACOB, circa 1775
34in. (86cm.) high, 23½in. (60cm.) wide, 23in. (58cm.) deep
Acquired through François Catroux from Galerie Camoin, Paris.
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