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A William and Mary curule-form walnut armchair, late 17th century

UK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

2,000 - 3,000 GBP

Property from a Distinguished Private Collection

A William and Mary curule-form walnut armchair, late 17th century

A William and Mary curule-form walnut armchair, late 17th century

Estimate:

2,000 - 3,000 GBP

Lot sold:

2,520

GBP

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Property from a Distinguished Private Collection

A William and Mary curule-form walnut armchair, late 17th century


with an arched back, on down-swept legs joined by stretchers, with cut-velvet upholstery and seat cushion

A rare survivor, with good colour and in reasonable restored condition. The later fabric in good order with the odd loss to brass tacks. The rails with later bracket support, and evidence of splice repairs to back legs and possibly uprights of armrests. Some filler repair to rear seat rails and uprights from what appears to be a historic break. Formerly fitted with castors. The H-stretcher possibly later.


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By repute the Sir Maxwell Joseph Collection (1910-1982);
Purchased from William Stokes, Cirencester.