A 17th Century English antique oak armchair.
With a carved top rail and sides decorated with lozenges above a three-panelled back, the top elongated panel is decorated with a guilloche pattern, and the two panels below are inset with carved lozenges.
With shaped arms over turned supports, a single plank seat with a plain supporting apron. Below are turned front legs (the back two legs are of plain elongated rectangular form), and are united by peripheral stretchers.
Condition – good overall as per the images. The seat board has been replaced historically as one would expect for a chair of this age. The front supporting apron to the seat board has some bleaching. This can be easily rectified if the buyer wishes. The tips of the legs are worn. A further detailed condition report is available upon request.
Size: Back Height 109.5 cm (43″) x seat height 47 cm (18 1/2″) x outer-arm to outer-arm width 61.5 cm (24″) x seat depth 40 cm (15 3/4″ ) x overall chair depth including slightly sloping back 22″ (56 cm).
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