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An important set of eight early George III mahogany large elbow chairs by John Cobb

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An important set of eight early George III mahogany large elbow chairs by John Cobb, the carving by Sefferin Alken, the centre upright panels to the backs carved and pierced with anthemion motif and fluted uprights, the toprails carved with paterae, the moulded arms with beaded borders, fluted seat frames on fluted tapering legs and turned feet, the seats upholstered in floral gros point (all re-railed).

ID:  5042

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Northamptonshire