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Suite of five French pieces of furniture used in numerous MGM productions

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:600.00 USD Estimated At:600.00 - 800.00 USD
Suite of five French pieces of furniture used in numerous MGM productions
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(MGM, 1948) Suite of five French wash pieces of furniture covered in pink and ivory needlepoint fabric with floral design. Consisting of a settee measuring 42” tall, 79” wide and 24” deep. Three armchairs measuring 37” tall, 23” wide and 19” deep. One armless chair measuring 35 ½” tall, 18” wide and 16” deep. All pieces exhibit paint chips and frayed material. Two chairs used in Ann Sothern’s apartment in Words and Music (1948). Used in the hallway to Kathryn Grayson’s apartment in Lovely to Look At (1952). Two of the armchairs are used in Aunt Alicia’s living room in Gigi (1958) and other MGM productions. Special shipping arrangements will apply.