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Pair of Russian Neoclassic parcel gilt & green painted arm chairs with scrolled arms with bird heads & red damask silk upholstered seats (early 19th Cent) (similar to pair #018681) Price $30,000.00

PAIR of Russian Neoclassic parcel gilt & green painted arm chairs with scrolled arms with bird heads & red damask silk upholstered seats (early 19th Cent) (similar to pair #018681)

PAIR of Russian Neoclassic parcel gilt & green painted arm chairs with scrolled arms with bird heads & red damask silk upholstered seats (early Cent) (similar to pair

"Side Chairs (chaises à la reine)," Jacques Gondoin, François-Toussaint Foliot, probably carved by Toussaint Foliot, 1780 - 1781. Gessoed and gilded beech; modern silk upholstery. | This chair was part of a suite of eight side chairs and eight armchairs made for the French queen Marie-Antoinette (reigned 1774-1792).

marie antoinette armchair - side chair from the Marie Antoinette suite of chairs for the Pavillion Belvédère in the English garden at Le Petit Trianon, Versailles - Getty Museum via Atticmag

Louis XV style carved beechwood side chair in antiqued satinwood finish

Louis XV style carved beechwood side chair in antiqued satinwood finish with antiqued goldleaf accents and beige patterned upholstery;

Tajan - Full Catalogue for Lot 135

Tajan is the leading French Auction House, specialized in fine art, antiques, collectables

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Late carved walnut marquetry inlaid Black Forest side chair, with pierce carved back and marquetry inlaid seat and backrest.

A GEORGE III POLYCHROME PAINTED SATINWOOD ARMCHAIR. Estimate 6,000 — 9,000 USD LOT SOLD. 5,625 USD

A George III Polychrome painted Satinwood Armchair SOLD. USD Wonderful Craftsmanship and artistry Unfortunately unsigned

1860-1870 American (New York?) Side chair at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - This is an example of Gothic Revival furniture from the late 19th century.

) Side chair at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - This is an example of Gothic Revival furniture from the late century.

Set of four armchairs (fauteuils en cabriolet) Date: ca. 1750–60 Culture: French Medium: Carved and gilded beechwood, upholstered in modern green broché

Set of four armchairs (fauteuils en cabriolet) - - French Carved and gilded beechwood, upholstered in modern green broché

mid-18th century armchair in the Victoria and Albert collections

Bright pink Rococo Style button-back armchair, in limewood and pine, carved and gilded, by Mathias Lock.

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