London, South Kensington
28 June 2000
A set of four yew-wood and elm Windsor chairs, Thames Valley, mid 19th century
including a pair of armchairs, each with two pierced wavy splats flanked by spindles, the arms with inswept shepherds crook type support, on ring-turned legs joined by an H-stretchers, one chair in pieces and distressed but complete
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The pierced decorative splat in those chairs is of a most unusual design and, to date, appears to be unrecorded.
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