568. Fine Carved Irish Mahogany Georgian Revival Chair attrib. Butler of Dublin

An Exceptionally Fine Irish Georgian Revival Carved Mahogany Single Desk or Occasion Chair Firmly Attributed to Nineteenth Century Furniture Maker Butler of Dublin. 

The Crest and Vase central splat exceptionally well carved with scrolls and ribbons, above a padded seat and raised on carved cabriole legs 

Condition: Superb, more to follow.  

Height: (at center back) 40.5” (103cm). Width: (across center front seat) 22.5" (57cm). 

Shipped to Austria, Europe. 


Artists Biography: 

Michael Butler, from a family of Dublin cabinet­makers, is recorded at 26, 126 and 127 Upper Abbey Street, between 1885­ 1903, then as Michael Butler Ltd, Antique Galleries, from the same address between 1904 to ­1912. His firm specialized in reproducing Irish 18th Century mahogany furniture. One of Butler's most prestigious commissions was to furnish the Viceregal Lodge in 1903, in preparation for a state visit. Other patrons of his included the Earl of Abercorn, the Earl and Countess of Coventry, the Countess of Clonmell and the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, who bought furniture for Clarence House.