Antique Chairs

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Rare, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante
Item No. 803
Rare, George IV period, giltwood and upholstered confidante

Four seats. Circa 1825.
Pair of Louis XIV style fauteuils
Item No. 452
Pair of Louis XIV style fauteuils

In solid walnut with the "Les os de mouton" (sheep's horn) stretchers characteristic of Louis XIV furniture. One of these identical chairs was carved in the 17th century while the other was added in the 19th century to complete the pair ("fausse paire").
Set of four Consulat style chaises
Item No. 774
Set of four Consulat style chaises

Crème painted and parcel gilded with Greek key motif. 19th century.

18" wide by 18" deep by 17" high (at seat) and 33" high (at back)
Pair of French, Regence style, carved giltwood and caned fauteuils
Item No. 661
Pair of French, Regence style, carved giltwood and caned fauteuils

One of identical pair shown. 19th century.

35" high (at back) 18" high (at seat) by 24" wide by 21" deep
Pair of Provençal ladder-back fauteuils
Item No. 753
Pair of Provençal ladder-back fauteuils

In beechwood and elm with rush seats. Late 18th or early 19th century.
Set of eight, English, George III, dining chairs
Item No. 622
Set of eight, English, George III, dining chairs

In solid, carved mahogany. Six side chairs being 18th century, with the two armchairs being later, 19th century additions to the set.

sidechairs: 37" high (at back) and 18" high (at seat) by 22" wide by 20" deep / armchairs: 37" high (at back) and 19" high (at seat) by 24" wide by 22" deep
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Pair of Italian, Rococo style, painted and silvered fauteuils
Item No. 1042
Pair of Italian, Rococo style, painted and silvered fauteuils

Late 18th or early 19th century. (One of identical pair shown)
Pair of exceptional, French, Louis XIV period fauteuils a la reine
Item No. 1028
Pair of exceptional, French, Louis XIV period fauteuils a la reine

In solid, carved walnut. Each with arched upholstered rectangular back, volute acanthus carved armrests, terminating in sunflowers, raised on volute acanthus carved supports; the rectangular seat raised on cabriole legs joined by wavy H-shaped stretcher and terminating in acanthus carved bun feet. Close nail upholstered in floral damask with silk fringe around seat. Circa 1700.

Provenance: Formerly part of the collection of Old Versailles New York, New York 1997

44" high by 24½" wide by 26½" deep
Set of ten fine, Venetian, Rococo style, painted and parcel-gilded dining chairs
Item No. 1025
Set of ten fine, Venetian, Rococo style, painted and parcel-gilded dining chairs

Comprised of two armchairs and eight sidechairs, back-splats painted with various noble figures. Circa 1830-1840.
Very fine, French, early Louis XV period fauteuil a la reine
Item No. 988
Very fine, French, early Louis XV period fauteuil a la reine

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1735.
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV period fauteuils
Item No. 908
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV period fauteuils

In solid, carved beechwood (one of pair shown). Circa 1750. Stamped "L.CRESSON"
Very fine, Louis XVI style marquise
Item No. 966
Very fine, Louis XVI style marquise

In solid, carved giltwood. Circa 1850.

38¼" high (at back) by 34½" wide
Pair of fine, French, Regence period fauteuils
Item No. 962
Pair of fine, French, Regence period fauteuils

Frames in solid, elaborately carved beechwood with entretoises (stretchers) and caned backs and seats. Circa 1715-1727.
Set of twelve fine, Irish, George III style dining chairs
Item No. 932
Set of twelve fine, Irish, George III style dining chairs

Two armchairs, ten side chairs. In solid, mahogany, elaborately carved interlaced backs with leaves and rosettes, molded shaped seat frames with slip seats, acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in paw feet. 19th century.
Set of ten fine, Italian, Rococo, tall-back dining chairs
Item No. 928
Set of ten fine, Italian, Rococo, tall-back dining chairs

In solid, carved giltwood. 18th century.

43" tall (at back) by 22" wide
Pair of fine, Louis XV style marquise bergeres
Item No. 885
Pair of fine, Louis XV style marquise bergeres

In solid, carved beechwood with serpentine, floral carved crests, scrolled arms, ample seats with serpentine floral-carved rail, and cabriole legs. One of identical pair shown. 19th century.

42" wide by 40" tall by 25" deep
Pair of French, Jacob period, painted and parcel-gilded fauteuils
Item No. 720
Pair of French, Jacob period, painted and parcel-gilded fauteuils

One of identical pair shown.

Stamped "Jacob Freres Rue Meslee." Circa 1800.

Provenance: Collection of Old Versailles
New York, New York.

35½" high (at back) 18" high (at seat) by 22" deep by 21½" wide
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV period fauteuils
Item No. 868
Pair of fine, French, Louis XV period fauteuils

In solid, carved walnut. Mid-18th century.

39¼" tall by 27" wide by 29" deep
Pair of fine, French, Empire period, gilt-bronze mounted bergeres
Item No. 863
Pair of fine, French, Empire period, gilt-bronze mounted bergeres

In solid, carved mahogany with winged lion head armrests. Attributed to Jacob Freres. Early 19th century.
Set of fourteen, fine, French Provincial, Louix XV style chairs
Item No. 861
Set of fourteen, fine, French Provincial, Louix XV style chairs

In solid, carved walnut comprising six 18th century side chairs (one stamped "Chelant") and eight additional chairs (four armchairs, four side chairs) from the 19th century; totaling ten side chairs and four armchairs.



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