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Pair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to Jacob

Pair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to Jacob

STATUS : AVAILABLE
PRICE : 6 800 €
CONDITION : Excellent

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Pair of sculpted mahogany armchairs, late 18th century circa 1790.

Our beautiful pair of so-called a l'etrusque armchairs are not stamped but they are undoubtedly the work of Georges Jacob or his sons Jacob Freres.

In very good condition. Covered with a luxury horsehair fabric. Some antique repairs.

Width : 51.5cm
Height : 90.5cm
Depth : 59cm
Seat height : 40cm

Pair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to JacobPair of late 18th century mahogany armchairs attributed to Jacob









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