24 May 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN EARLY VICTORIAN GRAINED LOW CHAIR
BY MILES & EDWARDS, LONDON, MID-19TH CENTURY
With a high 'T' back, the seat rail stamped 'Miles & Edwards, 154 Oxford St., London, 6526' and also stencilled with the letter 'P'
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Miles & Edwards was one of the most important firms of the later Regency and early Victorian periods. The firm was founded by Henry Miles in 1822 at 154 Oxford Street.
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