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3-Piece American Rococo Revival Parlor Suite
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Description
Three-Piece American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Parlor Suite, third quarter 19th century, attributed to Charles A. Baudouine, New York, comprised of a sofa with a carved mask of Bacchus in the crest of the center back and having pierced, carved scrolls with fruit and flowers throughout, h. 45", w. 80", d. 26", the arm chair and side chair each with floral cartouches and pierced, carved scrollwork and flowers, h. 38", w. 19", d. 18". A near identical sofa is in the collection of the Chicago Historical Society and is illustrated in American Furniture of the 19th Century, by Dubrow, page 117, while an identical side chair bearing a paper label by Charles A. Budouine is in the collection of the High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia.
Condition
Three-Piece American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Parlor Suite: The sofa has some vertical shrinkage cracks to the chair-back ends. There is a slight wiggle to the center back section due to looseness and slight separation to the joints where the center back the side backs meet. No sign of any carving losses. Stains to the fabric. The arm chair has a glued repair to its right wing where it was once broken off along the piercing. There is some small carving losses along this glued repair. The side chair also has some minor vertical shrinkage cracks to the front. No apparent carving losses. The fabric on the side chair differs from the sofa and arm chair. All three pieces have been refinished at one time.
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3-Piece American Rococo Revival Parlor Suite

Estimate $7,000 - $10,000
Oct 02, 2011
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Starting Price $5,750
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1953: 3-Piece American Rococo Revival Parlor Suite

Sold for $9,750
9 Bids
Est. $7,000 - $10,000Starting Price $5,750
Fall Antiques and Art Auction: Day 3 of 3
Oct 02, 2011 12:00 PM EDT
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Lot 1953 Details

Description
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Three-Piece American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Parlor Suite, third quarter 19th century, attributed to Charles A. Baudouine, New York, comprised of a sofa with a carved mask of Bacchus in the crest of the center back and having pierced, carved scrolls with fruit and flowers throughout, h. 45", w. 80", d. 26", the arm chair and side chair each with floral cartouches and pierced, carved scrollwork and flowers, h. 38", w. 19", d. 18". A near identical sofa is in the collection of the Chicago Historical Society and is illustrated in American Furniture of the 19th Century, by Dubrow, page 117, while an identical side chair bearing a paper label by Charles A. Budouine is in the collection of the High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia.
Condition
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Three-Piece American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Parlor Suite: The sofa has some vertical shrinkage cracks to the chair-back ends. There is a slight wiggle to the center back section due to looseness and slight separation to the joints where the center back the side backs meet. No sign of any carving losses. Stains to the fabric. The arm chair has a glued repair to its right wing where it was once broken off along the piercing. There is some small carving losses along this glued repair. The side chair also has some minor vertical shrinkage cracks to the front. No apparent carving losses. The fabric on the side chair differs from the sofa and arm chair. All three pieces have been refinished at one time.

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