The yew-wood frame with hoop-back and pierced central splay carved with rosettes, anthemion and floral swags, arms with inswept front supports with shaped mahogany seat on cabriole legs joined by crinoline stretcher and ring-turned back legs.
- Height: 42ins (106cm)
- Width: 22ins (56cm)
Yew-wood frames were reserved for the best quality chairs and the mahogany seat rather than the usual elm suggests the chair was probably made by a London rather than a provincial maker and for a gentry rather than a working class household.
Literature: ‘Windsor Chairs’ by Michael Harding-Hill, page 66.
The Frederick Parker Collection of Chairs.