London, South Kensington
17 January 2006
A LATE REGENCY PROVINCIAL ASH AND FRUITWOOD ARMCHAIR
FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
With pierced ladder back, shaped arms with turned supports and a rush seat on turned legs joined by stretchers (3)
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This chair shows close similarities with the work of John Kerry of Evesham.
See Bernard D. Cotton, The English Regional Chair, Woodbridge, 1990, p.294, fig.WM14.
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