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A pair of mid 18th century Chippendale period carved mahogany open armchairs, each having a shaped and carved top rail ending in outswept scrolls above a pierced trefoil back splat, the dished arms ending in scroll hand rests, the drop-in seats within moulded rails and raised on square chamfered legs joined by stretchers. The seats upholstered in period needlework decorated with flowers including carnations and tulips amongst scrolling foliage on a deep blue ground.Depth of seat: 16½ in (42 cm)
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