A Charles II joined oak double panel-back open armchair, Ribble Valley, Lancashire/West Yorkshire, circa 1670

A Charles II joined oak double panel-back open armchair, Ribble Valley, Lancashire/West Yorkshire, circa 1670

£4,250
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2291

The back having a slender panel carved with addorsed leafy-scrolls, above a larger lozenge-carved panel, the double-scroll profiled cresting set between the round-ended uprights, and carved with paired flowerheads and pointed leaves atop carved initials 'E P' and a band of trefoil terminal lunettes, the boarded seat with chip-carved sides, the open arms on inverted baluster-turned supports, their design reversed to the front legs, joined by plain stretchers all round.

Literature: For a comparable armchair, almost certainly from the same workshop, see Tobias Jellinek,
Early British Chairs and Seats 1500 to 1700 (2009), p. 88, p. 83.

On view in the showroom at Tudor House, Sheep Street, Stow on the Wold, GL54 1AA

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Dimensions:

Height 118 cm / 46 "
Width 60 cm / 23 34"
Depth 59 cm / 23 "