6 April 2000
A PAIR OF GEORGE III WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT OPEN ARMCHAIRS
Each with ribbon-scroll bordered shield-shaped back and padded seat covered in pink and white chequered material, with foliate-carved outscrolled arms on downswept supports, above a fluted apron and on turned tapering fluted legs headed by foliage, redecorated, the seat rails heightened, one inscribed in pencil '3421' (2)
Mrs. E.C.E. Neale (+), sold in these Rooms, 20 November 1952, lot 132 (a set of four).
Anonymous sale, Phillips London, 12 February 1985 (£10, 450; a pair).
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Phillips, The Auction Year 1985/6, 1986, p. 30.
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