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George III Irish or English Mahogany Side Chair Ca. 1750

Ireland, possibly England Mid 18th Century

A fine example of a “Queen Anne” cabriole leg side chair in a form thought to have been made in Ireland. A curvacious piece of sculpture from any aspect. Possibly deaccessioned by a museum as it has a museum type
inventory number painted on the bottom of the rear seat rail.

Price

$800

Condition

Excellent antique condition. Minor restoration. Seat frame is not original. Low luster finish.

Measurements

39" High, 21" Deep, 21 3/4" Wide

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