This pair of Regence walnut armchairs each with serpentine crest rail, needlepoint seat and back, carved arms with shell handhold, raised on cabriole legs with carved knees and shell on center of seat rail, shaped X stretcher. Some losses to needlepoint. Some restoration to frame. In good condition.
H 46.38 in. x W 26.25 in. x D 28 in.
H 117.81 cm x W 66.68 cm x D 71.12 cm
18 in. (45.72 cm)
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