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A GEORGE II WALNUT LIBRARY ARMCHAIR Attributed to Giles Grendey, circa 1740. The padded rectangular back & seat upholstered in petit-point needlework, back with ribbon-bound oval cartouche depicting a peasant leaning on a stick with a dog in a landscape with trees, houses & a windmill, seat with a cartouche depicting a farmyard landscape with a dog barking at geese, both within foliate angles, downswept arm supports carved with acanthus & rosettes on short cabriole legs

A GEORGE II WALNUT LIBRARY ARMCHAIR Attributed to Giles Grendey, circa 1740. The padded rectangular back & seat upholstered in petit-point needlework, back with ribbon-bound oval cartouche depicting a peasant leaning on a stick with a dog in a landscape with trees, houses & a windmill, seat with a cartouche depicting a farmyard landscape with a dog barking at geese, both within foliate angles, downswept arm supports carved with acanthus & rosettes on short cabriole legs

Table by James Moore about 1714. Pine frame and oak top, carved, gessoed and gilded Museum no. W.30-1947

Baroque - Victoria and Albert Museum - James Moore - 1714 - pine frame, oak top, carved, gessoed and gilded.

Stool; 1625 (probably missing feet); Britain; Oak; MET

1625 (probably missing feet);

Mirror  Place of origin: China (the lacquer panel, made)  England, Britain (The mirror frame and veneering, made)  Date: ca. 1680 (Made)  Materials and Techniques: Softwood, carved, and veneered with Chinese Coromanel lacquer.  Museum number: W.39:1-1950

Mirror

Mirror Place of origin: China (the lacquer panel, made) England, Great Britain (The mirror frame and veneering, made) Date: ca.

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