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Morel & Seddon

A set of open armchairs c.1828

RCIN 33498

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These chairs were supplied for the King’s new Sitting Room at Windsor Castle, where the style departed from the gothic that dominated in the more public areas, to a French-inspired neo-classicism, suitable for George IV’s collection of eighteenth-century furniture. These chairs were newly made for the space but incorporate earlier French tapestries.

Purchased in 1828