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LEWIS NOCKALLS COTTINGHAM (1787-1847) FOR SAMUEL PRATT PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL SIDE CHAIRS, CIRCA

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LEWIS NOCKALLS COTTINGHAM (1787-1847) FOR SAMUEL PRATT PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL SIDE CHAIRS, CIRCA
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LEWIS NOCKALLS COTTINGHAM (1787-1847) FOR SAMUEL PRATT PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL SIDE CHAIRS, CIRCA 1840 oak, with later upholstered backs and drop-in seats (55.5cm wide, 105cm high, 55.5cm deep) Qty: (2) Provenance: From the set of twenty dining chairs supplied in 1844 to Lord Brougham at Brougham Hall, Westmorland Literature: Myles, J. L.N. Cottingham 1787-1847 Architect of the Gothic Revival 1996, p.33, fig. 129 Note: According to Myles (unpublished thesis), Cottingham delivered the twenty chairs to Lord Brougham on 2 August 1844. Other chairs from the set are in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (W.2:1, 2-1992) and the Cooper Hewitt, New York.
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LEWIS NOCKALLS COTTINGHAM (1787-1847) FOR SAMUEL PRATT PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL SIDE CHAIRS, CIRCA

Estimate £1,500 - £2,000
Oct 12, 2022
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Starting Price £750
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0002: LEWIS NOCKALLS COTTINGHAM (1787-1847) FOR SAMUEL PRATT PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL SIDE CHAIRS, CIRCA
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Est. £1,500 - £2,000Starting Price £750
DESIGN Since 1860
Oct 12, 2022 5:00 AM EDT
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LEWIS NOCKALLS COTTINGHAM (1787-1847) FOR SAMUEL PRATT PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL SIDE CHAIRS, CIRCA 1840 oak, with later upholstered backs and drop-in seats (55.5cm wide, 105cm high, 55.5cm deep) Qty: (2) Provenance: From the set of twenty dining chairs supplied in 1844 to Lord Brougham at Brougham Hall, Westmorland Literature: Myles, J. L.N. Cottingham 1787-1847 Architect of the Gothic Revival 1996, p.33, fig. 129 Note: According to Myles (unpublished thesis), Cottingham delivered the twenty chairs to Lord Brougham on 2 August 1844. Other chairs from the set are in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (W.2:1, 2-1992) and the Cooper Hewitt, New York.
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