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Set of four black French parlor chairs used in numerous MGM productions

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:800.00 USD Estimated At:800.00 - 1,200.00 USD
Set of four black French parlor chairs used in numerous MGM productions
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(MGM, 1936) Set of four black French parlor chairs with gold metal and paint accents. Measures 34” tall, 18” wide and 15” deep. One pair covered in pink satin and tufted. Material is faded with a few holes. Both exhibit paint chips and dents. Handwritten label “DHC 91-304D X8143-B1R 4-A 40.00 MGM” on both. Other pair covered in red damask and satin. Both exhibit paint chips. All four seen with different fabric coverings through the years. All four used in Garbo’s parlor at the table and piano in Camille (1936). A pair is used in the hallway of the family home in The Mortal Storm (1940). A pair is used in the final scene of Honky Tonk (1941) in the hotel room. A pair is used in the artist’s room in The Picture of Dorian Grey (1945). Used in the entry way and living room of Jennifer Jones’ home in Madame Bovary (1949). One is used in the entry way and one in her bedroom in Gigi’s apartment in Gigi (1958) and other MGM productions. Special shipping arrangements will apply.