New York, Christie’s, 9 October 1993, lot 249;
The Collection of Theodore & Ruth Baum, Sotheby's New York, 22 October 2004, lot 474;
Where acquired by the present owner.
H.H. Mulliner, The Decorative Arts in England during the late XVII and XVIII Centuries, London, 1923, fig. 12, from the Collection of Colonel H. H. Mulliner;
O. Brackett, The Encyclopaedia of English Furniture, London 1927, pl. 55, from the Collection of James Thursby Pelham;
R.W. Symonds, 'The Quality of Mahogany Furniture’, The Connoisseur, December 1927, p. 231, no. XIV;
R.W. Symonds, English Furniture from Charles II to George II, London, 1929, p. 191, fig. 148, and p. 209, fig. 168, from the Collection of Percival Griffiths;
R.W. Symonds, ‘Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Chairs’, Apollo, June 1930, p. 366, fig. XI;
M. Harris & Sons Ltd., The English Chair, London 1937, p. 107, pl. XXXVII;
Y. Hackenbroch, English Furniture, The Irwin Untermyer Collection, New York 1958, pls. 100-03, figs 127-30;
R.W. Symonds, ‘Suites of Chairs and Sofas in the 18th Century’, The Antique Collector, June 1958, pp. 99-202, fig. I;
E. Joy, The Country Life Book of Chairs, London, 1968, pls 29, 30, from Browsholme Hall, Lancashire, Temple Williams, and Mrs. John Hay Whitney;
E. Lennox-Boyd, (ed.), Masterpieces of English Furniture, The Gerstenfeld Collection, London 1998, p. 56, pl. 40, p. 215, cat no. 47, formerly in the Collection of Leslie Mackie, Northern Ireland, and David McAlpine, London.
Please call 1-800-555-5555 to order a print catalog for this sale.
Online Registration to Bid is Closed for this Sale. Would you like to watch the live sale?Watch Live Sale