Of unusual form and understood to have originated from a house in the Yorkshire Dales, this lovely looking chair dates back to the reign of George III, Circa 1800. With wing-back, formed from three planks of timber nailed together, shaped arms and supported by a plank seat over four ribbed legs, reminiscent of the legs seen on cutlers stools originating from South Yorkshire. The legs are secured to the seat board by way of "staked leg" construction, i. The top of each leg is rammed through the seat board and then secured by a wedge of timber.
Condition - all the joints are stable. There is surface wear to the colour commensurate with use and age.
Please refer to the images for further information regarding the condition. Dimensions : Back Height 39 1/2" x Width (outer-arm-to-outer-arm) 29" /x Seat Depth 15 " x Seat Height 15 1/2". We are a member of the following 3 Professional Institutions.
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The Norfolk & Suffolk Antique Dealers Association. This item is currently held at our shop based in Little Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22 6BN. The item "Late 18thC /Early 19thC Primitive English Antique Wooden Wingback Armchair C1800" is in sale since Tuesday, January 26, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Chairs\Pre-Victorian (Pre-1837)".
The seller is "holtantiquesltd" and is located in Walsingham. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia.