A Pair of 19th Century Giltwood Armchairs by Morant and Co
A pair of 19th century giltwood armchairs by George Morant with quite extraordinarily fine carved details. The supports terminating in dolphin heads.
c. 1828 - 1841
George Morant (d. 1846) established the firm of Morant, Boyd & Morant in 1790 at 88 New Bond Street, London. It continued to flourish and expand throughout the nineteenth century. By 1852 the firm was known as Morant & Boyd and had premises at 91 New Bond Street, but moved again by 1858 to 81 New Bond Street.
Height36.50 inch(92.7 cm)

Width30.00 inch(76.2 cm)

Depth23.00 inch(58.4 cm)
Ref No. 8082
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