London, South Kensington
24 November 2004
A MID VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD RED VELVET AND NEEDLEWORK UPHOLSTERED EASY ARMCHAIR
With foliate scroll-carved arms and a serpentine seat on cabriole legs with brass castors, with a paper label to the underside 'From BOULNOIS,/Upholsterer, & c.,/NO. 44, CHARLOTTE STREET, Rathbone Place, London', the castors stamped 'COPES PATENT'
Property of the Estate of the Late Lord Farnham, Christie's South Kensington May 15th 2002, lot 210.
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Boulnois of 14 Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, London, is recorded as being active c.1830, The Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840, Maney, Leeds, 1986.
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