M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
SCARCE "BRIGHTON PAVILION"
BAMBOO & CANED CHILD'S ARMCHAIR
China 19th Century
This scarce 19th century child's armchair made in the Chinese manner
employed by George IV in furnishing the Royal Pavilion at Brighton,
the split bamboo frame having an upright back sided by downswept arms
inset with intricate geometric and foliate openwork;
the trapezoidal seat of cane-work
Condition : As with most bamboo chairs, there are various repairs.
Some bamboo elements replaced including one side stretcher and part of one rear leg;
the seat re-caned, and now with an oxidized and shellacked surface
22.5" High x 14" Wide x 12" Deep
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Early Asian Ceramics
Scarce "Brighton Pavilion" Caned & Bamboo Child's Open Armchair, 19th Century, China
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