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GEORGE II YEWWOOD & FRUITWOOD CHILD'S HIGHCHAIR - England, c1730, The concave crestrail over a vase-shaped splat & a solid seat, raised on front cabriole legs ending in pad feet having a solid yewwood footrest, joined by stretchers to rear straight legs ending in blocks; excellent form & color. Probably provincial. 42½” H, 22¼” the seat, 9” W, the seat, 14” W, over arms. Children's chairs are apparently quite difficult to make. It is said that a good child's chair calls for a top craftsman.

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Thomas Sheraton’s English Neo-Classical Furniture (1785-1820) - One Kings Lane

Sheraton-style cane-backed armchair.Thomas Sheraton’s pieces represent an interval style carved out between Adam’s delicate Neo-Classicism and England’s high-glamour Regency Style