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The frame is carved throughout with a neo-classical leaf motif, with the arms further enriched with a line of beading flanked by further leaf ornament. The settee stands on turned fluted legs. In the manner of John Linnell. This archetypal late eighteenth century model of settee was popularised by the neo-classical architect Robert Adam for his affluent clients. The model, with sweeping moulded back rail and down swept arms supported on a shallow curved apron and four fluted front legs has similarities with a number of documented works by the London cabinet maker John Linnell and currently exhibited at Osterly Park, Middlesex. Another similar settee, probably commissioned by 2nd Earl of Halifax for his stately mansion Stansted Park, Sussex was also attributed to John Linnell and sold at Christies, November 23, 2010.
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