20 April 2007
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV BLUE AND GRAY-PAINTED CHAISES
Each with a scrolled crest rail above a shell-carved seat rail, on cabriole legs joined by an x-stretcher, covered in blue and cream cut velvet, one with stencilled '24' (2)
Alice Tully, sold Christie's, New York, 26-28 October 1994, lot 442.
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