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AN ELM AND WALNUT WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
AN ELM AND WALNUT WINDSOR ARMCHAIR

WEST COUNTRY, EARLY 19TH CENTURY

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AN ELM AND WALNUT WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
West Country, Early 19th Century
With hoop back, comb splat, outswept arms and incurved front arm-supports above a shaped solid seat, on ring-turned and flared legs joined by an H-shaped stretcher, the underside inscribed '252/6082/4144' and with plastic label 'OM6082', previously green painted

AND A SMALL PAINTED ASH AND BEECH WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
West Country, Mid-19th Century
The hoop back with incurved front arm-supports above a solid chamfered seat, on turned legs, the underside inscribed '254' and 'PK.ROT 7', the green layer of paint visible under the later brown paint

AND AN ELM, ASH AND WALNUT WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
West Country, Late 18th Century
The hoop back with ring-turned front arm-supports, above a shaped solid chamfered seat, on ring-turned legs joined by crinoline stretchers, the underside inscribed in white paint '261 6324' and in chalk '6324', with plastic label 'OM 6088', previously painted, the stretchers replaced (3)

Lot Essay

The Parker Knoll records state that the second chair was acquired on 7 April 1927 for £1.16.0.
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