Two mahogany Cockpen armchairs after a Chippendale design with open lattice work backs to swept arms and supports to upholstered saddle seats.
The flared bamboo style cluster columned legs are united by Stretchers of ‘H’ form. It is widely accepted that the name derives from the village at Cockpen, Midlothian, a part of the Dalhousie Estate.
English/Scottish, circa 1840 - 1880
Back Height 33” (84cm) Seat Height 18” (46cm) Width 23 ” (58cm) Depth 19” (48cm)