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Exremely Rare and Quite Beautiful  - Pair of English Eighteenth Century Green Painted Faux Bamboo Armchairs. 

This Particular Model of Chair is of the Chinese Chippendale Fashion and Similar to the Well Known Scottish Saddle Seat Chair Normally Constructed of Mahogany and Ash.

Important note .......Dry - Scraped Back to the Original Paintwork.

Circa 1775.

Dimensions

High 94 cms Width 55 cms Depth 55cms

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Condition report

Both chairs have been dry stripped back to the original green

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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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