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Early Hepplewhite Period Carved Mahogany Salon Armchair

Code: 10612     Dimensions:W 22.5" (57.2 cm)H 35.5" (90.2 cm)D 19" (48.3 cm)

£2,250.00
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A particularly fine early Hepplewhite Period Carved Mahogany Salon Armchair, the oval padded back flanked by arms with scrolling foliage carving going around the arms behind the elbow pads and the scrolled fronts to the arms with carved acanthus leaves above swirling writhen scrolled uprights, the square tapered front legs with inset panels of carved trailing bell flowers and terminating in block feet.

 

This chair very neatly falls into the period between Chippendale and Hepplewhite, with the carving and the shape of the arms echoing the Roccoco period whilst the bell flowers of the front legs presage the Neoclassical of the later 18th Century.

 

Circa 1775

Early Hepplewhite Period Carved Mahogany Salon Armchair
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