Description & Technical information

Note: The carving on this pair of window seats is of outstanding quality and crispness, with the reverse side unusually finished flush.
A fine pair of late 18th century Hepplewhite period carved mahogany window seats, having serpentine shaped moulded and fluted seat rails with central paterae and husk carving and outscrolled serpentine shaped side supports with finely carved guilloche and acanthus leaf finished with floral paterae; on cabriole legs with acanthus clasp to the knees and terminating in French toes.

Date:  circa 1780
Period:  George III
Origin:  English
Medium: Mahogany
Dimensions: 66 x 102 x 42 cm (26 x 40¹/₈ x 16¹/₂ inches)
Provenance: Ronald Phillips Ltd., London, England.
Private collection, England.
Categories: Furniture