13 September 2007
A PAIR OF GEORGE III POLYCHROME-DECORATED SATINWOOD OPEN ARMCHAIRS
IN THE MANNER OF WILLIAM AND JOHN LINNELL, THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY
Each with a curved back with painted patera at each end, with padded back, seat and arm-rests, with turned spreading vase-shaped arm-supports decorated at the base with foliage, on turned tapering legs decorated with further paterae and foliage, covered in pale green herringbone cord, with pencil inscription 'F.Mo', the decoration restored, with batten carrying-holes (2)
Purchased by Mrs. Pauline Istorik (née Sieff) from Gerald Kerin Ltd. of Davies Street in the 1930's and by descent to the current owner.
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