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A Chinese Chippendale Style Side Chair. English. Early Twentieth Century.

A Chinese Chippendale Style Side Chair English Early Twentieth Century Polychromed wood and gilt 39 in.

Louis XIV carved Giltwood side chair. Circa,1710.

Side Chair / Unknown Maker / Italian, Turin, about 1710 - 1715 / Gilt wood upholstered with modern silk and braid

THE ROBERT AND MARGARET LIVINGSTON QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY CYPHER-BACK SIDE CHAIR , Christies

THE ROBERT AND MARGARET LIVINGSTON QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY CYPHER-BACK SIDE CHAIR , Christies

1760 British Armchair at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Many versions of the upholstered drawing-room armchair were made in the mid-18th century....Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779) recommended tapestry or needlework for drawing-room chairs. The embroidery on this chair probably dates from the 1740s."

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Chippendale Period Mahogany Gainsborough Armchair | Bring Back Brown Furniture | Patrick Sandberg Antiques | http://www.antiquefurniture.net/blog/campaign-strives-to-bring-back-brown-furniture-into-the-modern-home-2337

A fine mid Century Chippendale period mahogany Gainsborough Armchair with arched back above outswept, set back, moulded, scroll-over arms and serpentine fronted seat, supported on moulded chamfered square legs with stretchers. Circa: 1760 Ref: 4873

A fine pair of mid 18th Century Chippendale period mahogany Side Chairs with serpentine backs & seats, having stuffover seats with boldly carved decoration, supported on carved square legs with stretchers. Circa: 1760 Ref: 4662

A fine pair of mid Century Chippendale period mahogany Side Chairs with serpentine backs & seats, having stuffover seats with boldly carved decoration, supported on carved square legs with stretchers. Circa: 1760 Ref: 4662

The Stokes Family Very Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1765 -  The chair is marked III. Height 39 3/4 in.

The Stokes Family Very Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1765 - The chair is marked III. Height 39 in.

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