A pair of Royal Louis XV gilwood pliants

Nicolas-Quinibert Foliot

Each with a loose cushion upholstered in yellow damask above a turquoise silk damask probably original, on a folding X-form molded and scrolling frame branded with crowned ‘ML’ in a circle, incised respectively with inventory numbers ‘10820’ and ‘10822’, red painted numbers ‘6522’ and '6520', and with black painted inventory number ‘473’, one with an inventory number 'C. 110' and with further inventory marks and labels 69 x 71 x 52 cm (27 x 78 x 20 ½ in.) Circa 1755-59

Each with a loose cushion upholstered in yellow damask above a turquoise silk damask probably original, on a folding X-form molded and scrolling frame branded with crowned ‘ML’ in a circle, incised respectively with inventory numbers ‘10820’ and ‘10822’, red painted numbers ‘6522’ and '6520', and with black painted inventory number ‘473’, one with an inventory number 'C. 110' and with further inventory marks and labels

69 x 71 x 52 cm (27 x 78 x 20 ½ in.)

Circa 1755-59

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"European Ceramics, Porcelain, and Glass, European Works of Art and Sculpture, Furniture and Decorative Arts"

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