This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

A delightful George I period solid walnut Desk Armchair of large proportion, having solid splat back and shaped arms over drop-in seat, raised on elegant cabriole legs joined by wavy cross stretcher. 

This George I period armchair is as fit for purpose as the day it was made. Perfect as a standalone chair, or to use at a desk it is of generous proportions meaning it is a viable seating option for a large cross section of people.

Surprisingly comfortable it has clearly been well loved and cherished throughout its life and retains 
an excellent colour and patina.

There are no structural defects of any kind and that is unusual for a chair of approx 300 years old.

The upholstered seat is of drop in design meaning easy and economical recovering should somebody wish to change the upholstery to suit a pre existing colour scheme.

Circa 1720

Height - 41in
Width - 24in
Depth - 23in

Seat Height - 18.5in

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)