Triple Choir Stall with Canopy from France. This was made in the early and is displayed at the Met. The seats rise very high above the sitters head and have a canopy above which are qualities of Gothic furniture.
One of a pair of Irish mahogany side chairs, circa at Glin Castle, County Limerick. Photography by Dara McGrath.
A PAIR OF IRISH GEORGE II MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS CIRCA 1750 Each with back and seat upholstered in ivory damask, on acanthus carved cabriole legs with claw feet joined by waved stretchers, later blocks 39½ in. (100.5 cm.) high; 25½ in. (65 cm.) wide; 26½ in. (67.5 cm.) deep (2)
Detail ~ 19thC Irish Chippendale Center Table ~ A wonderfully carved Irish Chippendale mahogany center hall table (or server), the long sides centered with large growling lions heads below greek key and egg and dart moldings; the four legs with shell carving to the tops, tapering to large hairy paw feet; topped with a wonderful 'green pink' marble slab; Irish mid-19thC. Dimensions: (marble 44" x 24"), table height 32.5" / Three Centuries Shop