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Lot 784

Tuesday 01 Aug, 2017 - 10.00am

A set of eight 1930's oak dining chairs by Robert Thompson of Kilburn (1876-1955), (including two armchairs with handle cut-outs to slightly shaped arms), all with shaped crest rails above central shaped splat and flanked by two plain splats, seats upholstered in brown hide, on octagonal front legs, each chair carved with a mouse running up the right leg
Provenance: Purchased by Captain T.E. Hearn - July 24th 1935 - Armchairs priced at 110 Shillings, single chairs priced at 63 Shillings, and thence by family descent - Copy of original receipt available

Estimate £3,000 - 4,000 Sold for £3,000

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป