manufactured by Ann Getty House
This early 18th Century George I gilt-gesso open armchair features cabriole legs headed by poetic Indian masks adorned with foliate headdresses.
Attributed to James Moore and related to the celebrated suite at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, the original chairs are in the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Getty.
The provenance includes Wrotham Park, Hertfordshire, famous as the film location for the movie “Gosford Park.”
|Available Finishes: As shown, 22K Watergild, light distressed and glazed|
Width 33 in., Depth 30 in., Height 41 in., Seat Height 18 in.