13 June 2002,
Price realised GBP 7,170
GBP 4,000 - GBP 6,000
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI CREAM-PAINTED FAUTEUILS
By Jean-Baptiste Boulard
Each with a guilloche-carved frame, the arched beaded back, arm-rests, squab cushion and bowfront seat covered in purple and red-striped material, with arm-supports carved with acanthus, on turned tapering fluted legs, headed by rectangular patera panels, one stamped twice 'J B BOULARD', the other stamped once and indistinctly stamped, later blocks
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Jean-Baptiste Boulard, maître in 1755.
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