SOLD! for $341.00.
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Two antique chairs. 1st item: 18th century Hepplewhite mahogany armchair, open oval back with delicate swag and rosette carving, the four vertical bands of the splat joined by carved rosettes at the center and a carved patera at the base, over a slip-in seat, the skirt with carved returns ending in a delicate point; serpentine carved arms with carved whorl design on the fronts, square tapered legs, straight in front and flaring in back. 36-1/4"H x 22"W x 18"D. Likely English, George III, circa 1780. Note: according to oral history, chair was acquired after being deaccessioned from Hammond-Harwood House, Annapolis, Maryland in the mid 20th century. 2nd item: Giltwood Louis XV style fauteuil or armchair with floral carved crest and skirt, upholstered shield form back and seat, partially upholstered armrests, cabriole legs. 38"H x 25"W x 24"D. French, Late 19th century. Provenance: the estate of Lucille Svitzer Brady (Mrs. Frank B. Brady), formerly of Annapolis, Maryland. Condition: 1st item: numerous repaired breaks to splat and back frame; repaired break to right arm and possibly to the left front leg. 2nd item: Regilded with subsequent losses.