Early 17th Century English Antique Oak Wainscot Armchair, Circa 1620


Early 17th Century English Antique Oak Wainscot Armchair, Circa 1620


An early 17th Century English antique oak armchair, circa 1620.

With a shaped and carved top rail above a single panelled back incised with a lozenge;  a solid two-part plank seat is flanked by shaped arms and turned legs united by rectangular peripheral stretchers.

Condition – good overall as per the images. The back and front legs have been re-tipped. The rear stretcher has also been replaced at some point in its life. A further detailed condition report is available upon request.

Size: Back Height 94cm  x seat height 42 cm x width 57 cm  x depth 50 cm  ( )

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