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A PAIR OF MID-VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SALON CHAIRS, CIRCA 1860

A PAIR OF MID-VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SALON CHAIRS, CIRCA 1860 each carved with a rose and leaf design to the top rail, the backs of oval design, with scrolling arms, on rose carved cabriole legs, terminating in horn casters, upholstered in a pale blue and cream fabric (2)

100cm high x 64cm wide x 60cm deep

Provenance: Property from an English private collection.

(Qty: 2)

100cm high x 64cm wide x 60cm deep

Sold for £525

Includes Buyer's Premium


Condition report

Both chairs are stable, with good upholstery, casters might be replaced, are in good condition, no wear, 41cm high to seat.


Both chairs have very minute gapping to the joints, but this is natural. General fading to the colour overall.


One chair has wax in-fills for missing areas to back of seats at seat rail level, minor losses to leaves to seat rail.


Other chair has paint spotting to one arm. Long stable split to dowel joint at back.

 

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