An rare pair of George III painted satinwood armchairs in the style of English Cabinet maker, George Seddon. The chairs feature inset caned backs with center medallions, double inset caned arms and caned seats. The stunning satinwood chair frames are painted in the neoclassical style introduced by the French 18th century Peintre ébénistes. This style was copied in England by the celebrated cabinetmaking firm of, George Seddon, Sons & Shackleton of Aldersgate Street, 1753 - 1868. These extraordinary craftsmen worked closely with George Hepplewhite and Robert Adams to create pieces of unparalleled elegance.
The chairs are supported on delicately turned legs and are in excellent age appropriate condition with very minor wear to the painted finish. The cane is intact, a rare find, and in excellent condition.
Size: 39" Height x 28" Width x 23" Depth.
Item ID: PS100603
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