Please note that these chairs are French and not English as stated in the printed catalogue. The correct description is: A Set of Six Louis XV/XVI Transitional Carved Giltwood Fauteuils, one stamped Boucault.
Please note that there are two armchairs in this lot and not four, as stated in the printed catalogue. The total number of pieces is 14 pieces.
Please note that these chairs were made in Lucca and they date to the third quarter of the 18th century. Also, this lot has additional provenance information: the chairs were commissioned by the Bernardini Family, Lucca, Italy, and were later in the collection of the Mansi Family, Lucca, Italy.
Please note that the guarantee line should read: A pair of George III style giltwood brackets. Please also note that the date has been removed from this lot.
Please note that this lot does not contain fire tools. The correct description is: a pair of neoclassical style brass andirons.
Please note that this lot comprises one pair by Philip Rundell, London, 1820, and one pair London, 1809, the figures and thyrsi by Paul Storr.
Please note these candelabra are attributed to Caldwell & Co.
Please note that the tops are painted paper and not papier-mâché as stated in the printed catalogue.
Please note that the table is probably reduced in depth.