AN ENGLISH ELM, ASH AND BEECHWOOD WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
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AN ENGLISH ELM, ASH AND BEECHWOOD WINDSOR ARMCHAIR

EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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AN ENGLISH ELM, ASH AND BEECHWOOD WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
WITH A SOLID VASE SPLAT AND INSWEPT UNDERARM SUPPORTS, ON TURNED LEGS JOINED BY STRETCHERS, STAMPED TWICE 'G.PARMAN'
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Lot Essay

This chair of typical Thames Valley form was possibly imported into London for sale by George Parman of 57 Old Street, London, a furniture broker circa 1840. See and article by J Boram in Regional Furniture Society Journal, (vol. IX) entitled "Ciltern Trading Networks"
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