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how to understand the “signed piece of Buhl”? There were many old families in France and some England whose circumstances compelled them to part with a signed piece of Buhl or a writing-table made by Chippendale himself if it could be done quietly, how to understand the “signed piece of Buhl”?and who's Buhl?
Jan 11, 2016 6:58 AM
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I had never heard of "Buhl" before seeing your question so I Googled it and found this : A "signed piece of Buhl" is some Buhl which has been signed by its maker. Presumably, the signature means that it is more likely to be genuine.
January 11, 2016
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