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$ 3,250

Antique Pair of Chairs, Regency 19th Century, Manner of George Bullock

In the Style of George Bullock
Origin England
Period 19th Century
W. 18.5 in; H. 33.5 in; D. 19.75 in;
W. 46.99 cm; H. 85.09 cm; D. 50.17 cm;
Seat H. 18 in;
Seat H. 45.72 cm;
Condition Good. Fine antique condition, rich original colour of mahogany. Can be re-covered to buyer's requirements
Creation Date circa 1815
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description A superb quality pair Regency period mahogany dining chairs, in the manner of George Bullock.
England, circa 1815.

Why we like them
These superb quality, very stylish dining chairs, having a most unusual feature - turned and reeded back uprights, correspond to a design by George Bullock and relate to seat furniture he supplied for Napoleon's use at New Longwood House at St Helena circa 1816. It is a particularly Fine and rare design, executed in the finest solid mahogany having a glorious natural patina. Very little used during their 200+ years of lifetime and still retaining their original upholstery in perfect condition. Can be re-covered to buyer's taste.

The present chairs relate to a design recorded in the 'Tracings by Thomas Wilkinson, from the Designs of the late Mr George Bullock 1820' (City Museums ad Art Gallery, Birmingham, M.3.74, p.22. There are various constructional features, also present on other pieces, associated with the work of George Bullock, such as convex back seat rail.
Styles / Movements Georgian, Regency, Traditional
Incollect Reference Number 339708
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