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A Pair of House of Commons Portcullis Chairs, late 20th Century
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A Pair of House of Commons Portcullis Chairs, late 20th Century

Measurements: 91cm (36in) x 43cm (17in) x 55cm (21.5in)

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Provenance: The Estate of the late Sir Edward du Cann, K.B.E. (1924-2017)

Oak with green leather upholstery, the backs bearing with the Portcullis Emblem of the House of Commons

Conforming to the design of the Gothic Revival architect Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852), who created the interiors of the new Palace of Westminster from 1836 until his death. The present chairs are of a type currently in daily use in the House of Commons offices and Committee Rooms.
 

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