Important Armchair

Most likely after a design of Karl Friedrich Schinkel (* 13. März 1781 in Neuruppin; † 9. Oktober 1841 in Berlin)

Berlin, 1830-35

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Danish Armchair

attributed to Gustav Friedrich von Hetsch (1788-1864)

Copenhagen, 1830-1845

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An Empire parcel-gilt decorated japanned Fauteuil

Jean-Joseph Chapuis (1765 – 1864 Brussel)

Brussels, circa 1805

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Pair of Side Chairs

Anonymous, circle of Carl Gotthard Langhans (1732-1808) or Johann Ephraim Eben (1748-1805).

Berlin or Potsdam, 1790-1795.

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Set of Four Side Chairs

Circle of the workshop of David Roentgen

Neuwied, circa 1793.

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Fauteuil de Cabinet

France, circa 1800

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Set of Six Gustavian Dining Chairs

after a model by Melchior Lundberg, master in Stockhom, 1775-1812.

Stockholm, circa 1795

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A Gustavian Sofa

Stockholm, circa 1775

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A Pair of Rococo Armchairs

so-called ’Fauteuil à la Reine’

Sweden, circa 1755

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Set of Six Dining Chairs

Germany, Saxony, 1730-1740

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A Set of Six Chairs

Italy, 1740-1750

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Two Armchairs

Copenhagen, circa 1770

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A Grand Baroque Armchair

Northern Germany, circa 1690

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Set of Six Baroque Dining Chairs

Northern Germany or Denmark, circa 1740

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Pair of Empire Stools (Tabourets)

François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841)

Paris, circa 1815

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Armchair

Stockholm, circa 1740-1750

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