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Chair of gilded walnut or softwood with gold thread embroidery on scarlet woollen upholstery, made in London for the 3rd Duke of Hamilton between 1682 and 1695, possibly by Jean Paudevin, later part of the furnishings of Queen Mary’s rooms at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

Chair of gilded walnut or softwood with gold thread embroidery on scarlet woollen upholstery, made in London for the 3rd Duke of Hamilton between 1682 and 1695, possibly by Jean Paudevin, later part of the furnishings of Queen Mary’s rooms at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

Attributed to Thomas Affleck: Side chair (1974.325) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Attributed to Thomas Affleck: Side chair with Chippendale influences, note the interwoven ribboned chair back

A PAIR OF EARLY GEORGE III GILTWOOD SIDE CHAIRS  THE NEEDLEWORK CIRCA 1715, THE FRAMES CIRCA 1760-65 AND DESIGNED TO ACCOMMODATE THE EARLIER NEEDLEWORK

A PAIR OF EARLY GEORGE III GILTWOOD SIDE CHAIRS THE NEEDLEWORK CIRCA 1715, THE FRAMES CIRCA 1760-65 AND DESIGNED TO ACCOMMODATE THE EARLIER NEEDLEWORK

This fauteuil was part of a set supplied in 1777 to the Palais du Temple for the Turkish cabinet of the Count d'Artois.

This fauteuil chair was part of a set supplied in 1777 to the Palais du Temple for the Turkish cabinet of the Count d'Artois.

A set of twelve George III ivory painted and parcel-gilt armchairs  circa 1770 - Sotheby´s

A set of twelve George III ivory painted and parcel-gilt armchairs circa 1770 - Sotheby´s

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