11 June 1998
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV WHITE-PAINTED AND PARCEL-GILT FAUTEUILS A LA REINE
By Pierre Nogaret á Lyon
Each with waved channelled toprail carved with a foliate spray the padded back, scrolled, channelled arms and seat covered in close-nailed contemporary Beauvais tapestry woven in wools and silks depicting a shepherdess and her companion in pastoral frames trailed with flowers on an ivory ground, the seats woven with stags and deer, above a waved foliate-carved channelled seat-rail and on foliate-headed channelled cabriole legs and acanthus scroll feet, on inscribed '20253', the other '20252' and 'E0978', later blocks, each stamped 'NOGARET A LYON' (2)
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