19 October 2006
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A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI GILT-WALNUT FAUTEUILS
CIRCA 1780, EACH STAMPED 'G IACOB'
Each with rectangular padded back and seat covered in blue and gold floral silk damask, within a frame carved with interlocked scrolls, on downswept beaded and foliate-carved arms, on paterae-headed spiral-twist-carved legs, on ball feet, stamped to the underside of front rail, regilt, variations in construction (2)
[Probably] the Comte de Chevigny.
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Georges Jacob, maître in 1765.
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