Fine Furniture, Sculpture & Decorative Accessories from Important Collections, including the Beaverbrook Gallery

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LOT 436

Lot 436

Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century

Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
Lot 436 Details
Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century

the first with arm supports carved as James I and Anne of Denmark, the second lion form hand rests, both with fringed green velvet stump-work upholstery
37.5 x 24 x 23 in — 95.3 x 61 x 58.4 cm

Estimate $600-$800

Realised: $1,080
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
  • Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
  • Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
  • Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
  • Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
  • Pair of Jacobean Style Barley Twist Open Armchairs, 19th century
Provenance:

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, N.B.
Estate of Charles Hosmer, Hosmer House, Montreal, thence by decent through the family

CONDITION DETAILS

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