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Comb-Back Windsor Armchair Leicestershire c.1800
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Comb-Back Windsor Armchair Leicestershire c.1800

An exceptional example of a Leicestershire Comb-back Windsor armchair, possibly by W. Rowe Hallaton. c.1800
The large-scale armchair is deeply curved, with a bent ash top rail above fifteen long stick spindles pierced through the ash arm-bow arms with bent wood supports at each side. The large seat is elm, supported by baluster turned legs joined by a turned H-form stretcher.
With much of the original blue paint work, this is a superb, fabulous and rare Windsor Comb-back.

Seat height 37cm
Seat width 56cm
Seat depth 49cm

Width62cm (2′)
Height111cm (3′8″)
Depth65cm (2′2″)
Reference No.UC56R

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