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Fabulous , Rare Pair Of English Georgian Gainsborough Circa 1760

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  • Description
    A Truly Fabulous and Rare Pair of English , Mahogany Gainsborough Armchairs of Generous Proportions in the Typical Mid Eighteenth Century Fashion and Interpretation of the French Louis XV Period .

    These Chairs can be Comfortably Attributed to the Master Cabinet Workshop of Paul Saunders, a Contemporary of Thomas Chippendale Using his own Particular Flair and Expertise . Like a Fine Painting Without a Signature it is Suprisingly Easy to Reconise Mr Saunders Quite Individual Furnitures .

    Provenance....This Pair of Chairs has an Interesting History which can be seen on the michaellipich.com website .

    Note - The Undisturbed Natural Patination - the Most Important Feature when Investing and Collecting Eighteenth Century Furniture .

    English 1760
  • More Information
    Period: 18th Century
    Materials: Mahogany
    Condition: Good. Excellent State with Original Patination ( Material Replaced)
    Number of Pieces: 2-3
    Styles / Movements: Traditional, Chippendale, George III
    Book References: See Margaret Jourdain Engish Furniture of the Georgian Period where an Exact Set of Five Chairs Reside at Petworth House , Sussex , England
    Incollect Reference #: 568653
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