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Early Georgian Ash & Elm Windsor Chair c.1760
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Early Georgian Ash & Elm Windsor Chair c.1760

A incredibly early and rare Georgian ash and elm comb-back Windsor Chair.
With wonderful patination, depth of colour and delicacy of form. The chair has exceptionally delicately carved pad feet, and with turned terminals to the base; long ash spindles; a bowed top rail displaying upswept lobe terminals crowning this beautiful chair.
A similar example is mentioned in: Thomas Crispin, ”The English Windsor Chair” by Alan Sutton.

Width72cm (2′4″)
Height106cm (3′6″)
Depth69cm (2′3″)
Reference No.9NYY5

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