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lot 754

Fauteuil from the
Danish Royal Family
Rosewood, carved and partly gilded. Frame cambered
on all sides on strongly curved volute legs with brass rollers.
Corresponding armrests made of rolled up volutes, merging into shield-shaped backrest framing. Upholstered on all sides and covered with original bordeaux red, gold embossed leather. Below stamps Christian X and Alexandrine and
branding stamps. Seat H. 53 cm. Signs of wear.
Provenance:
From the property of King Christian X (1870-1947) and Queen
Alexandrine, Duchess of Mecklenburg (1879-1952).
A rosewood armchair from the property of the Danish Royal House. Signs of use.
Denmark. Mid-19th century.