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A pair of George III white painted and parcel-gilt serpentine armchairs, almost certainly by Thomas Chippendale, circa 1770, with beaded padded cartouche-shaped backs, padded down-scrolled arms and stuffed seats over guilloche-incised rails centred on husk-festooned paterae, on fluted, turned, tapering legs with collared feet, currently covered in floral rose damask /sothebys.com

George III white painted and parcel-gilt serpentine armchair, almost certainly by Thomas Chippendale, circa 1770

Armchair. Part of a suite of furniture made specifically for Antonia, Duchess of Roxton's writing room at TREAT, now occupied by the present and 6th Duchess, Deborah.  Armchair designed by Georges Jacob  (1739–1814, master 1765) and upholstered in white silk satin embroidered with colored silks. AUTUMN DUCHESS

Armchair (Fauteuil à la reine) (one of a pair) Artist:Georges Jacob (French, Maker:possibly embroidered by Joseph-François-Xavier Baudoin ca. Date:ca. Culture:French, Paris Medium:Carved and gilded walnut;

Robert Adam designed chair made by Thomas Chippendale (1764-1765), on display in the British Galleries at the V&A. Humphries Weaving supplied two fabrics for separate upholstery within the same suite pictured here is the all Wool Glazed Damask. www.humphriesweaving.co.uk

“ Armchair Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: (made) after 1765 (restored) Artist/Maker: Adam, Robert, born 1728 - died 1792 (designer) chippendale, born 1718 - died 1779 (maker).

Armchair    Place of origin:  London, England (made)    Date:  ca. 1755 (made)    Artist/Maker:  lock, m, born 1705 - died 1765 (designer and maker)    Materials and Techniques:  Limewood and pine, carved and gilded; modern silk damask upholstery

Armchair

Armchair Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: ca. 1755 (made) Artist/Maker: lock, m, born 1705 - died 1765 (designer and maker) Materials and Techniques: Limewood and pine, carved and gilded;

1790 British Armchair at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Neo-Classical chair inspired by Ancient Greece and Rome — 1790 British Armchair at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Fine Early 19th Century Gilded French Louis XVI Antique Fauteuil Arm Chair For Sale | Antiques.com | Classifieds

Fine French Louis XVI Style Gilded Fauteuil Arm Chair France, Early Century, probably c

A GEORGE III GILTWOOD ARMCHAIR CIRCA 1770-5, ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS CHIPPENDALE

A George III giltwood armchair circa attributed to Thomas Chippendale the guilloche-incised oval shaped padded back with acanthus cresting, padded down-scrolled arms and stuffed seats over fluted rails, on anthemion and acanthus carved cabriole legs,

A WHITE PAINTED BERGÈRE STAMPED D.DECANT -  LOUIS XVI, LAST QUARTER 18TH CENTURY. | © 2015 Sotheby’s

A WHITE PAINTED BERGÈRE STAMPED D.DECANT - LOUIS XVI, LAST QUARTER 18TH CENTURY. | © 2015 Sotheby’s

1730-1735 French Armchair at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

A powerful use floral ornament, and elaborate, use of gilt-bronze and porcelain ornamentation creates this beautiful Rococo styled chair, dating back to the century

Georges Jacob (1739–1814); gilder: Louis–François Chatard (ca. 1749–1819). Armchair from Louis XVI’s Salon des Jeux, Château de Saint-Cloud. French (Paris), 1788. Carved and gilded walnut; gold brocaded silk. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

a-l-ancien-regime: Georges Jacob gilder: Louis–François Chatard (ca. Armchair from Louis XVI’s Salon des Jeux, Château de Saint-Cloud. French (Paris), Carved and gilded walnut; The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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