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An important set of four George II carved giltwood and gesso armchairs

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1796)

Description: 

An important set of four George II carved giltwood and gesso armchairs, circa 1720, attributed to James Moore, with boldly out swept arms and hipped cabriole legs surmounted by grotesque masks on both front and back legs, the turkey work upholstery dating from circa 1780 upholstered by Katherine Archer, Countess of Plymouth (circa 1730-1796), 41in high, 27in wide, 22in deep.

ID:  124111

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Yorkshire And The Humber

This item can be seen at Sledmere House when it is open to the public. For details of opening times please refer to the attached link www.sledmerehouse.com.