The powderham castle armchair
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The powderham castle armchair

Ronald Phillips Ltd

Date circa 1755

Period George II

Origin English

Medium Mahogany

Dimension 108 x 79 x 72 cm (42¹/₂ x 31¹/₈ x 28³/₈ inches)

A George II mahogany armchair.
This chair once belonged to a larger set commissioned for the newly installed Marble Hall at Powderham Castle in 1755. The suite was photographed by Country Life in 1963, but the image was not published at the time. Today two chairs from the original set remain at Powderham.

Date: circa 1755

Period: George II

Origin: English

Medium: Mahogany

Dimension: 108 x 79 x 72 cm (42¹/₂ x 31¹/₈ x 28³/₈ inches)

Provenance: William Courtenay, 1st Viscount Courtenay, Powderham Castle, Devon, England.
Private collection, England.

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