London, South Kensington
14 November 2001
AN ELM, FRUITWOOD, BEECH AND WILLOW HIGHBACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR, THAMES VALLEY, MID 19TH CENTURY
with an almost solid vase splat and perched toprail, arms with inswept supports and turned legs joined by stretchers
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Micro ananlysis has confirmed that the arm bow is indeed willow which, like the spindles, splat and legs would have been darker stained originally. The thick, curved toprail is an unusual feature in an otherwise typical Windsor chair.
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