The Dictionary of English Furniture. Volume Three revised edition, Percy Macquoid, Ralph Edwards pg 169 fig 37.
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A Pair of George III mahogany stools of superb colour and patina, the legs carved with acanthus leaves and scrolls terminating in ball and claw feet, covered in a blue silk damask.
This exceptional pair of stools remain in wonderful untouched condition. They have many of the design features that Chippendale made so popular in the mid 18th Century. The quality of mahogany and carving would suggest they were made by one of the leading London cabinet makers of the time.