Pair Rosewood Bergere Chairs
Pair Rosewood Bergere Chairs

Attributed to GILLOWS OF LANCASTER & LONDON (worked 1730-1840)

Pair Rosewood Bergere Chairs

c. 1810 England

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A fine pair of Regency period rosewood bergeres each with arched caned back and seat, the channelled frame carved with double- anthemion, on sabre legs and original brass cup castors.
Very good condition.
This form of chair was named a 'curricle', after the Roman magistrate or consul's seat, by Thomas Sheraton in his Cabinet Dictionary, London 1803. This name was subsequently adopted by Gillows of London and five chairs of this model were supplied by Gillows between 1811 and 1812 to W.Egerton for Tatton Park, Cheshire.
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