A PAIR OF GEORGE III PAINTED & GILDED OPEN ARM CHAIR

A PAIR OF GEORGE III PAINTED & GILDED OPEN ARM CHAIR

c. 1760 English

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A pair of George III open arm chairs, the oval backs above carved and shaped back supports, the seats aslo shaped and staning on elegent cabriole legs.

English, circa 1790

Width: 24” 62 cm
Depth: 21” 53 cm
Height: 36” 92 cm

Provenance
Angmering Park House, West Sussex.
Baroness Herries of Terregles

**Although allmost certainly made in the same workshop, their are minor constructural and carving differences to each chair.

Baroness Herries of Terregles (1938-2014) was the 14th holder of the barony. She inherited the title from her late father, the 16th Duke of Norfolk and 13th Lord Herries of Terregles, upon his death in 1975.

Born Anne Elizabeth Fitzalan-Howard, she was the eldest of four daughters and grew up at Arundel Castle, the Norfolk’s family seat in West Sussex.
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