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Wing Chair, 18th Century, Mahogany

England Ca. 1770

A George lll wing chair of typical form with a serpentine crest and outward flaring arms. The square legs have a single molded edge.

Price

SOLD

Condition

Retains an early, possibly original finish with normal signs of usage. One rear leg has a tapered patch at the bottom (see close up view) which is not noticeable without inspection. The once attractive upholstery is soiled and heavily frayed.

Measurements

45" H X 30.5" D X 32" W

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