Early 17th century joined oak armchair, with a large single back panel with a deep cut moulding with a diamond and spandrels, the upper rail carved with three double s-scrolls and the seat rails with a repeated S carved decoration. Possibly Welsh Marches. Date: Circa 1620 Dimensions: Width 25 1/2 x Height 41 x Depth 23
A EARLY 17TH CENTURY SALISBURY OAK WAINSCOT ARMCHAIR. WITH DEEP CARVED TOP RAIL AND A RECTANGULAR ROSETTE CARVED BACK PANEL, WITH UNUSUAL SHAPED ARMS AND SEAT.SEE V. CHINNERY "OAK FURNITURE THE BRITISH TRADITION" FOR SEVERAL EXAMPLES. MINOR REPAIR TO ONE ARM AND BACK FEET. GOOD COLOUR AND PATINATION. 41" HIGH X 26" WIDE X 18" DEEP.