London, South Kensington
7 October 1992
A pair of Regency bamboo armchairs, each with pierced latticed back and arms above wickerwork seat with later loose cushion on turned legs joined by stretchers, damaged.
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, An armchair illustrated by the Architect William Chambers in Designs of Chinese Buildings, 1757, plate XIII, noted as being suitable for Chinese Garden Buildings and similar chairs which appeared to form part of the original scheme for the Royal Pavillion, Brighton by Henry Holland - See C Musgrave, Regency Furniture, London 1961, pl. 24a
cfA pair of similar bergeres sold Christie's King Street, 16 July 1992, lot 123.
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