20 April 2007
A SET OF EIGHT LOUIS XV BEECHWOOD AND WALNUT DINING CHAIRS
THE TWO ARMCHAIRS EACH STAMPED FOUR TIMES 'F*L', MID-18TH CENTURY
Comprising of two armchairs and six sidechairs, each with a floral-carved arched crest rail above a similarly-carved scrolling seat rail on cabriole legs, the back and seat caned and with additional red and white striated seat cushions, variously numbered in black ink suggesting they were originally part of a much larger set (8)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bauchner, sold Christie's, New York, 27 September 2000, lot 62.
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