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The Royal Collection: Set of 12 chairs for George IV, King of the United Kingdom (1762-1820) Provenance: Possibly made in England c.1790 for Carlton House; possibly to be identified with the "twelve maho..chair frames, a la Truce", which Francois Hervé supplied in 1792 for the Ground Floor Dining Room at Carlton House

Set of twelve lyre-backed chairs of carved and partly gilded mahogany. Back rail flanked by gilded rams heads and pierced by five gilded rods with male mask.

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Neo-Classical armchair with over-upholstered seat, Attributed to the workshop of Duncan Phyfe (1768-1854) or a contemporary, New York, New York, circa 1807-1818

Attributed to Duncan Phyfe Neo-Classical mahogany armchair New York, New York, circa Private collection

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A Louis XVI-Style Marie Antoinette Parcel Giltwood Side Chair, century 38 h x 18 w x 18 d inches - Available at 2016 September 17 - 18 Fine &.

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An extremely rare and important fine quality mid 18th century (c.1755)  carved mahogany three seater settee attributed to the Yorkshire cabinet makers Wright and Elwick having a serpentine shaped back with out-scrolled arms and squab cushion upholstered in tangerine silk damask, having serpentine shaped moulded rails carved with c-scrolls and acanthus clasps; on eight cabriole legs with acanthus clasp to the knees, terminating in acanthus carved scroll toes.

a seductive settee? George II Mahogany settee attributed to Yorkshire cabinet makers Wright & Elwick.