- An unusual pair of 19th century, walnut, wing armchairs upholstered in rare, 18th century, flamestitch embroidery
An unusual pair of 19th century, walnut, wing armchairs upholstered in rare, 18th century, flamestitch embroidery
The beech frames in original condition and bearing labels from Los Angeles, California. The backs with arched crests, and flanked by ogival wings and conical, out-scrolled arms centering a loose-cushioned seat. Re-upholstered in rare, 18th century, flame stitch embroidery, and modern velvet.
Standing on cabriole front legs, and unusually, cabriole back legs, with a good rake, on pad feet. Excellent original colour and patina. Possibly American, second half of the 19th century.
Some Famous English Country Homes (The Antique Collector) illustrates a suite of furniture upholstered in flamestitch embroidery in the Pavilion Ante Room at Boughton House, the Northamptonshire seat of the Duke & Duchess of Buccleuch.
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