8283 Alate George III mahoganydining chair, the shaped waisted back with ser-pentine uprights abovean overstuffed seat, on elegant moulded cabriole legs terminating in spade feet. The original verylarge set designed by George Seddon circa 1800. ( shown above in the Marlborough Room). The London firmof Seddon ( 1753- 1868) were the largest and most important furniture makers during the last quarter of the 18th century yet veryfew labelled or documented pieces survive. AL40802 shown with leather upholstery( aboveright) 201/ 4x241/ 4x381/ 2in. 51 x 61 x 97 cm. AL40011 shown with Washington crest fabric ( below right) 201/ 4x241/ 4x381/ 2in. 51 x 61 x 97 cm.
8283 ARegency mahoganytilt top breakfast table, the moulded edge rectangular top with rounded cor-nersand radiating veneers, on a ring- turned vase column with four outswept legs terminating in fine brass box cappings and casters. The original circa 1810. The Garden Lobby. AL54006 541/ 2x461/ 4x30 in. 138 x 117 x 76 cm. The chairs featured in the photograph are AL41001 ( right) and AL40004 ( left). AGeorge II tilt top tripod breakfast table with brass lock plate in solid mahogany and mahogany veneers, the circular rounded edge top on a gun barrel column with cabriole legs and pad feet. The original below circa 1755. The Library. AL54001 48x48 x 30 in. 121 x 121 x 76 cm. The chairs featured in the photograph are AL40021 ( left) and AL41021 ( right).