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Chair, probably from Lady Leicester’s dressing room, Holkham Hall, William Kent, 1736-40 Carved gilt wood, crimson damask upholstery By permission of Viscount Coke and the Trustees of the Holkham Estate. Photographer, Bruce White

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Marie Antoinette's armchair from the Palace of Versailles. It was made by French cabinet maker Georges Jacob (1739-1814). This blue & yellow gold chair was kept in the Queen's private Gold Cabinet room.

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OH MY GOSH! Could KICK myself for not buying the one I saw on our first trip to Saluda, NC!!!!A GEORGE II MAHOGANY AND NEEDLEWORK ARMCHAIR CIRCA 1750

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Notice the difference between the upholstery and how full it looks in a period Versailles chair? Did you know the rolled form were often filled with horsehair?

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Pair of side chairs Attributed to Thomas How (British, active 1710–33) Date: ca. 1724–36 Culture: British Medium: Walnut and walnut veneer, parcel-gilt, the seat rails of beech; gilded lead mounts on the knees and front rail; verre églomisé panel mounted on the splat; covered in contemporary tent stitch embroidery on canvas needlework

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Georges Jacob armchair (1739–1814, master 1765), Date: ca. 1770–80 Culture: French (Paris) Medium: Carved and gilded walnut, gold and blue lampas.

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