13 June 2002
A SET OF FOUR LOUIS XV BEECHWOOD CHAIRS
By Blaise Maucuy
Each with a moulded channelled shaped back and seat covered in close-nailed floral ivory silk, the toprail and seat-rail centred by flower-heads, on cabriole legs and scrolling feet, stamped 'B. MAUCUY', previously painted (4)
Marie Vergottis, sold Sotheby's London, 14 June 2000, lot 134 (£8,400).
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Blaise Maucuy, maître in 1758.
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