1023 Main Street South Woodbury, CT 06798 , United States Call Seller 203.263.2211

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George II Walnut-Legged Armchair

$ 5,000
  • Description
    An English upholstered armchair from the later years of the reign of George II, circa 1750. Particularly refined shape and proportions to the upholstered structure, with a removable cushion seat. Intricately carved walnut cabriole front legs and plain corner swept rear legs, all end in circular pad feet. Recent clean usable neutral upholstery.
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 18th Century
    Materials: carved walnut and linen upholstery
    Condition: Good. Immediately serviceable
    Creation Date: c.1750
    Styles / Movements: Traditional, George II
    Dealer Reference #: 1809 BEEE
    Incollect Reference #: 379480
  • Dimensions
    W. 30.5 in; H. 41.5 in; D. 29 in;
    W. 77.47 cm; H. 105.41 cm; D. 73.66 cm;
    Seat H. 20.5 in;
    Seat H. 52.07 cm;
Message from Seller:

Period furniture and decoration spanning four centuries and three continents, galleried in a 1754 National Register of Historic Places house in Woodbury; Connecticut's long established "Antiques Capital”. Five decades of antiques collecting experience in a succession of Historic Register homes in Virginia, New York, and Connecticut; and a 1901 beaux arts building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Open Thursday through Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and on Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment.

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