Wainscot Arm Chair

Northwest England, c.1675

Oak. A powerful chair with profuse carving in a pleasing design -- the sort of back you can look at long and often and still not grow tired of it. The sturdy split balusters on the stiles are an unusual touch. Rich, deep color with good wear on seat and arms. Beautiful carving of flower amid foliated scrolls under an arched crest Split balusters applied to stiles Traditional wainscot form Rear feet ended out, old reinforcement to back of crest rail.

Seat: 22-1/2" w x 21" d x 17-1/4" h: Back 43-1/2" h;

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