An almost identical compass-fronted parlour chair was in Percival Griffiths' collection at Sandridgebury, Hertfordshire, and is ilustrated in R. W. Symonds, English Furniture from Charles II to George II, London, 1929, p. 33, fig. 13, and a similar related parlour chair from the collection of the Duke of Leeds at Hornby Castle is illustrated in R. Edwards and P. Macquoid, The Dictionary of English Furniture, London, rev. ed., 1954, vol. I, p. 254, fig. 8.85.
The same patterned satyr mask also appears on a drawing-room armchair and a settee at Sandridgebury (Symonds, op. cit., figs. 11 and 12).