200 Lexington Ave New York City, NY 10016 , United States Call Seller 646.293.6633

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A painted open armchair in the manner of Mayhew and Ince

$ 18,500
  • Description
    A painted neoclassical open armchair in the manner of Mayhew and Ince circa 1770 having a carved molded oval back with arm rests having carved acanthus and Greek key and a tufted arm rest.

    The armchair is similar to the work of the London cabinet-making firm of Mayhew and Ince and relates specifically to a suite the firm provided to Richard Myddelton for the saloon at Chirk Castle (see Michael Hall, 'Chirk Castle, Denbighshire', Country Life, July 16, 1992, pp 54-7, fig.7) Both chairs have a similar applied fluted seat rail articulated with five roundels at the front and with fluted side rails. The construction of the seat frame with cut-outs to fit glue-cramps is also found on furniture supplied by Mayhew and Ince.
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 18th Century
    Condition: Good.
    Creation Date: 1765
    Styles / Movements: Traditional, George III
    200 Lex Booth #: 43
    Incollect Reference #: 323690
  • Dimensions
    W. 21.5 in; H. 36.75 in; D. 20 in;
    W. 54.61 cm; H. 93.35 cm; D. 50.8 cm;
    Open W. 21.5 in;
    Open W. 54.61 cm;
    Seat H. 17.25 in; Back H. 36.75 in;
    Seat H. 43.82 cm; Back H. 93.35 cm;
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