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Louis XIII style carved wood fauteuil early 20th century; needlework upholstered panel back with curved crest rail and brass studs, exposed foliate carved...

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  • Louis XIII-Style Fauteuils Continental mid-19th
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  • French Louis XIII Style Carved Walnut Fauteuil,
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  • Two French Louis XIII Style Carved Walnut
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  • Pair of Louis XIII Style Carved Oak Fauteuils,
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  • Three French Fauteuils, late 19th c., consisting
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  • Set of Eight Louis XIII Style Carved Beech
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  • Louis XIII Style Carved Walnut Fauteuil a
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  • Pair of French Louis XIII Style Carved Oak
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  • Two French Fauteuils, early 20th c., one
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  • Set of Five French Louis XIII Style Carved
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  • Provincial Louis XIII Style Mahogany Fauteuil,
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