A painted and upholstered fauteuil in the Louis XV manner, circa 1950, a shaped and button padded back with a floral carved crest, partly padded arms with gently sweeping supports leading to a serpentine stuffover seat with studding above a shaped apron an
A pair of French Louis XVI 19th century giltwood fauteuils, each have a rectangular padded back within a fluted surround, with padded armrests, curved front with carved rosettes on tapering fluted legs. Provenance: William Johnson, Kent Antique, High Stree
A pair of Louis XVI style walnut fauteuils. 19th century. Foliate carved cresting rail above a padded tablet back, arms and seat, raised on cabriole legs. Provenance: Lord Aster, Cleveden Country House, purchased William Johnson of Kent Antique, High Stree
A Louis XV style 19th century fauteuil. Foliate carved cresting rail above a padded tablet back, arms and seat, raised on cabriole legs. Provenance: William Johnson, Kent Antique, High Street, Armadale
A pair of French Louis XVI style giltwood fauteuil chairs, the oval backs with ribbon carved frames with floral carving at the top, the arms, scrolls and fronts carved with stylised acanthus, raised on tapering fluted legs, upholstered in dusky pink floral
A pair of French Restauration mahogany fauteuils, 1830-1840s, with curved showframes and a pierced carved cresting rail, with shaped arms and reeded baluster legs, upholstered to the seats and backs in green velvet. Height 94 cm. Width 57 cm. Depth 50 cm.
A pair of French Louis XV style painted fauteuils, 19th century, having a shaped back with a rococo frame and a decorative floral and foliate crest, padded armrests and a serpentine stuffover seat, a carved apron and with cabriole legs; the frame gilt over
A pair of Louis XV style provincial walnut and upholstered fauteuils, French late 19th century, the shaped medallion backs, with padded arms on shaped supports above a sprung seat and raised on cabriole legs terminating in brass castors
A 19th century Louis XV fauteuil, the cresting rail with shell decoration, above a Louis XV walnut style fauteuil, with carved cresting rail above a shaped back with cane panels, a loose cushion, floral carving and rail raised on cabriole legs.
A pair of French walnut Louis XV fauteuils, 18th century, with a gently shaped back and a curved cresting rail with floral embellishment, moulded and curved side supports to a serpentine stuff over seat with floral decorated apron, decorated cabriole legs,
An antique Louis XV-style rosewood and walnut fauteuil, latter half 19th century, with a crested cartouche-shaped padded back and out-swept open arms above the seat, on cabriole legs, carved and moulded throughout. Height 98 cm. Width 59 cm. Depth 67 cm
Two French walnut Louis XV fauteuils, 3rd quarter 19th century, in the rococo manner with a scrolled and foliate frame, the top rail with cartouche, the scrolled arm supports leading to a serpentine stuffed seat, a decorative shaped apron terminating in ca
An antique French mahogany and upholstered fauteuil in the Louis XV manner, late 19th century, with a crested medallion back and out-swept open arms, on cabriole legs, the frame moulded throughout and with well-carved details. Height 105 cm. Width 61 cm. D
A pair of antique Louis XV-style walnut fauteuils, third quarter 19th century, each with a crested cartouche-shaped padded back and out-swept open arms above the seat, on cabriole legs, finely carved and moulded throughout, upholstered in green velvet. Hei
A pair of antique French mahogany and upholstered fauteuils in the Louis XV manner, late 19th century, each with a waisted back and out-swept open arms, on cabriole legs, the frame moulded throughout. Height 101 cm. Width 63 cm. Depth 63 cm
A French walnut Louis XV fauteuil, 3rd quarter 19th century, in the rococo manner with a scrolled and foliate frame, the top rail with cartouche, a serpentine stuffed seat, and a decorative shaped apron terminating in cabriole legs, upholstered in raspberr
A pair of Louis XIV-style walnut fauteuils each with a high square back and open arms above the generous seat, on scrolling legs joined with an H-form stretcher, the arms and legs carved and moulded, upholstered in coloured floral jacquard. Height 117 cm.
An early 19th century ebonised and parcel-gilt fauteuils, attributed to Jean-Joseph Chapuis, circa 1805 the arched curved top rail above down swept arms terminating in gilt ball finials above cornucopia-shaped arm supports, above a caned seat and raised on
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