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French Giltwood Chair With Shell Carved Back And Cherub c.1900

French Giltwood Chair With Shell Carved Back And Cherub This could use a leopard print fabric on the seat.

Chapter Cabriole leg- This type of leg was inspired from oriental pieces. It is considered a stylized animal leg that has a curve at the top (knee) and curve at the bottom (ankle).

A rare pair of Louis XV carved giltwood fauteuils attributed to Jacques-Jean-Baptiste Tilliard circa 1765. Estimation 300,000 — 500,000 USD

A rare pair of Louis XV carved giltwood fauteuils attributed to Jacques-Jean-Baptiste Tilliard circa 1765

Russian throne with double-headed eagle and footstool (1797)

Mayer, Russian throne with double-headed eagle and footstool, gilded wood carving, velvet 183 x 87 x 104 At the Russian Court: Images - Hermitage Amsterdam

Armchair (Fauteuil à La Reine) Georges Jacob (1739–1814, master 17''65) ca. 1780 The pieces are upholstered in white silk satin embroidered with colored silks; the design is in the style of Philippe de la Salle, the most prominent designer of woven silk fabrics of the period.

Armchair (Fauteuil à la reine) (one of a pair) Artist:Georges Jacob (French, Maker:possibly embroidered by Joseph-François-Xavier Baudoin ca. Date:ca. Culture:French, Paris Medium:Carved and gilded walnut;

A Rare Regency Walnut X-Frame Stool Early 19th Century, Possibly Russian | From a unique collection of antique and modern benches at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/benches/

A Rare Regency Walnut X Frame Window Seat Early 19th Century, Possibly Russ

chair Date: early 19th century

Gondola armchair ~ circa (black lacquer, mother of pearl, guilded with cane seat)

Rococo pillars | Like this:

Rococo

Quilt War & Piecing: Cut Out Chintz: Swags in Rococo Style

Fauteuil à la Reine with Antique Gobelin Tapestry Upholstery.

Beautiful French Open Armchair - Louis XV carved giltwood fauteuil, attributed to Jacques-Jean-Baptiste Tilliard, circa Upholstered in eighteenth-century Beauvais tapestry.

Chair, probably from Lady Leicester’s dressing room, Holkham Hall, William Kent, 1736-40 Carved gilt wood, crimson damask upholstery By permission of Viscount Coke and the Trustees of the Holkham Estate. Photographer, Bruce White

Holkham Hall, chair, probably from Lady Leicester’s London dressing room, William Kent, c.

Simone Arm Chair...Dining No: 502-204-205  24-1/2"W x 27"D x 43-1/2"H  Hand-carved arm chair with intricately carved frame in a Borghese and pai...

Buy Simone Arm Chair by Ebanista - Made-to-Order designer Furniture from Dering Hall's collection of Traditional Transitional Dining Chairs.

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