George III Period Chippendale Mahogany Armchair
21 January 2018
Description

Pierced Back, Volute Scroll arm rests, Marlboro style legs, Peg Construction c - 1800? general wear with age, small finish wear to back, original apolstery underneath current one

Provenance

European furniture auction

Acquired from
Auction House
For sale
Maybe
Answered within 4 minutes
By Nora Curl
Jan 21, 19:09 UTC
Fair Market Value
$2,000 - $4,000 USD
Insurance Value $0 USD
What does this mean?

This is an antique circa 1800 George III period Chippendale style armchair in mahogany that has a pierced vase-form back splat with straight Marlborough form legs and original upholstery still intact under current cover. The estimate is based on actual recent past auction sales of comparables. Retail prices may be higher and vary.

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