London, South Kensington
28 June 2000
A yew-wood and elm Windsor armchair, South Yorkshire/North Nottinghamshire, early 19th century
with a pierced central splat and ring-turned front arm supports, below scroll arm terminals, on ring-turned legs joined by a crinolene stretcher
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The size of this chair is a little unusual, being a little smaller than the usual adult size, but still too large to be a child's chair.
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