19 October 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV BEECHWOOD FAUTEUILS
MID-18TH CENTURY, STAMPED 'CL BURGAT'
Each with shaped moulded crest rail centered by a floral clasp issuing trailing foliage over downswept arms and seat covered in floral fabric, above a waved flower-carved seatrail, on flower-headed cabriole legs, one stamped to inside of right seat rail, with the exception of the seat the à chassis now fixed (2)
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Claude Louis Burgat, maître in 1744.
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