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Rare Mahogany Settee - Bench of the William Kent Period

WILLIAM KENT

England . UK, c. 1740

Dimensions
Height  106 cm (41.73 in)
Width  101 cm (39.76 in)
Depth  51 cm (20.08 in)

Rare and Interesting Early Georgian Period Mahogany Hall Settee - Bench -Settle in the most unusual Sgabello Fashion copying the design of the familiar single hall chair typical of the hallways in English Grand Country Homes . Extraordinary in its shape and construction and having the most wonderful untouched surface - patina the Sgabello is a stool typical of the Italian Renaissance with the legs connected either by two boards or stretchers for support
A most decorative piece - not seen before in our sixty years of collecting and dealing ,and would be most suitable for the serious collector

Provenance
Private Collection UK

Exhibitions
New to the market place

Literature: So far our searches have not uncovered any literature about this seat - making it an even more rare article

Medium: Mahogany Wood

Condition: Excellent Country House State with the most exciting and wonderful lustrous patina

Ref No. 5779

£POA

Rare and Interesting Early Georgian Period Mahogany Hall Settee - Bench -Settle in the most unusual Sgabello Fashion copying the design of the familiar single hall chair typical of the hallways in English Grand Country Homes . Extraordinary in its shape and construction and having the most wonderful untouched surface - patina the Sgabello is a stool typical of the Italian Renaissance with the legs connected either by two boards or stretchers for support
A most decorative piece - not seen before in our sixty years of collecting and dealing ,and would be most suitable for the serious collector

Rare and Interesting Early Georgian Period Mahogany Hall Settee - Bench -Settle in the most unusual Sgabello Fashion copying the design of the familiar single hall chair typical of the hallways in English Grand Country Homes . Extraordinary in its shape and construction and having the most wonderful untouched surface - patina the Sgabello is a stool typical of the Italian Renaissance with the legs connected either by two boards or stretchers for support
A most decorative piece - not seen before in our sixty years of collecting and dealing ,and would be most suitable for the serious collector

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