A long couch dating from the late 17th century, similar to a sofa with arms at either end. Unlike the upholstered sofa, however, the settee usually has a shaped wooden splat back, similar to dining chairs. In Australia, any small couch is sometimes known as a settee.
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A fine seven piece French Louis XVI styled walnut salon suite, 19th century, a canape, two fauteuils, and four additional chairs, all with squared frames with ribbon twist decoration throughout, carved rose and ribbon crests, stuffover seats to slender ree
A late 18th century Italian settee, the cresting rail with panels of acanthus marquetry, out swept arms above a cane seat, on reeded bulbous legs, with red velvet loose cushions, 167 cm long, 63 cm deep
An important exotic hardwood salon suite, Egyptian Revival, early 19th century, comprising of a settee, two armchairs and two side chairs, finely embellished with gilt bronze mounts and gilt bronze sphinx, the settee 95 cm high, 120 cm wide, 65 cm wide
A French late 19th century Louis XVI style gilt wood settee with foliate carved cresting rail above a padded back, arms and seat, with fluted apron raised on fluted legs upholstered in French tapestry. 125 cm long.
An Edwardian mahogany Sheraton style two, seater settee, early 20th century, the frame with boxwood stringing inlay and decorative, inlay veneer work to back centre rail, later upholstery. Height 89 cm. Width 119 cm. Depth 52 cm
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