20 September 2001
A PAIR OF REGENCE PAINTED-BEECH FAUTEUILS
Each with cartouche-shaped caned back carved with foliage, the downswept arms with part-padded arms above a loose squab cushion covered in cream and yellow chequered material, above a waved apron centred by a rockwork shell on a trelliswork ground, on shell-headed cabriole legs and scroll feet, redecorated (2)
Bought from Frank Partridge, 10 October 1979, for £6,000.
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