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An A W Pugin armchair

The Millinery Works

S6622

An important, oak Gothic Reform armchair, chamfered all round, with tusked tenons construction, carved floret finials to the back, carved initials with roundels to the side cross-stretchers and inset brass castors, designed by A W N Pugin, attributed maker J G Grace, circa 1850, newly upholstered in silk Gothic pattern fabric, 106cm (42in) high, 72cm (29in) max wide, 76cm (30in) max deep. See Jeremy Cooper : Victorian and Edwardian Furniture and Interiors, pp 113, 114, chair designed by Pugin in 1846 for the Prince's Chamber in the House of Lords.


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