London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
AN UNUSUAL EAST ANGLIAN ELM HIGHBACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR
EARLY 19TH CENTURY
With slatted back and scroll arm terminals
44in. (112cm.) high; the seat -- 19in. (48cm.) wide; 15½in. (39cm.) deep
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Design influences from the 'Mendlesham' chair and reclining armchairs, both very distinct to East Anglia, are evident in this unusual chair.
See Dr B. Cotton The English Regional Chair Woodbridge 1990, chapter 4.
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