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Georgian Thames Valley Windsor Armchair.

A rare and large George III period fruitwood and elm comb back Windsor armchair from the Thames Valley; the yoke shaped fruitwood stay-rail above a heart shaped splat and turned spindles; having a generous elm saddle-seat and raised on cabriole legs united by a turnded H-stretcher and terminating in pad feet. Various old repairs. Retaining an excellent colour and patination.

Circa 1760.

A related armchair was recently sold by Bonhams: The Olive Collection, lot 21 attributed to John Pitt and Richard Hewett.

Dimensions

Height: 94cm Depth: 49.5cm Width: 66.5cm

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Stock number

BA854
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  • Our dealers’ membership is reviewed and renewed annually
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