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Pair of 18th century carved giltwood settees attributable to Thomas Chippendale

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Pair of 18th century carved giltwood settees attributable to Thomas Chippendale

145,000.00

An important pair of carved and giltwood settees of attractive small size showing several features* characteristic of Thomas Chippendale.

*The vertical bearer to the backs and the clamp grooves to the underside of the frames.

Formerly at Stapleford Park, Leicestershire thence to Ufford Old Rectory , the home of Margaret, Lady Gretton.

A photograph taken in 1907 showing the settees in situ at Stapelford Park, the Gretton family seat, is available.

Circa 1775

Height: 40 inch (102 cm)
Width: 52 inch (132 cm)
Depth: 23 inch (58 cm)

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