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Lot 1204: Fine Egyptian revival cedarwood, ivory, and ebony replica of the child King Tutankhamen's throne chair, circa 1928, The rectangular so
October 11, 2012
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
Fine Egyptian revival cedarwood, ivory, and ebony replica of the child King Tutankhamen's throne chair
The rectangular solid back with inset ivory panels, the solid arms with inset gilt panels, flanking slatted seat, raised on animal legs terminating in lion's paw feet.
H: 30, W: 16, D:15 in.
Property of the Reading Public Museum, sold to benefit future acquisitions.
Near perfect condition.
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